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... got to view old stone cannons that the locals used to carve and fire off in celebration. We met an odd man who brought his pet owl named Samuel into the local pub (he let me take a picture with him) and I got chin booped by an old Welsh sheep farmer who caught us crossing his fields one day. He was a lovely gentlemen but the chin boop would have been much improved if his hands hadn't been covered in God knows what kind of sheep mess.
About mid-week we headed up on ...
... as the current battles underneath the surface. In every season this
place is beautiful but it is hauntingly so when the rain has driven everyone
else into hiding leaving only a few left to enjoy its solitude. The quiet of
the pier has a way of recharging you when life gets too stressful. It’s a landmark of North Wales that one cannot
miss out on when visiting.
... negatives though cause the benefits are more than worth it!
- You get to branch out, make yourself meet new people
- See some of the most breathtaking sights that you can't see at home
- Learn new cultures, fully immerse yourself into another shoes
- Get away from the stress of everyday life
It's all about finding that balance between home and new places. Being a student I ...
... the place and had such a local connection as well. When you see the size of some of the caverns it's hard to imagine that it was almost all done by hand - hand drilling holes, packing in gunpowder, hoping the fuse didn't blow too early (as did happen to three unfortunately men) and then transporting the slate by hand to the carts that would take it out of the mountain. The tour is fairly well-lit throughout, and at one point they turn the lights out to give you an idea ...
Sometimes people have more money than they have sense - in this case the "sense" was an overwhelming sense of joy mixed with a little nonsense.
In 1928, Clough Williams-Ellis, having graduated with a degree in architecture, wanted to build a village that was all his own. After coming into a large inheritance, he was able to make his dream come true.
With another of his goals being to "avoid the despoliation of the landscape, he purchased ...