Century Wharf Serviced Apartments
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Stage one of our journey...arrived at Bristol bus station (an hour early). Having a coffee and a blueberry muffin to keep us going until we get to the airport. I found one of Tilly's cat hairs on my trousers and felt a bit emotional and homesick already. But it's cold and raining here in Bristol City centre, so I'm sure when the 36 degree heat of Bangkok hits me I will forget all about the ...
Finally, today's the day! We fly tonight from Heathrow. This morning will be spent finishing off final bits of packing-checking what's packed, unpacking it and repacking it! The house will have a final quick clean to leave it tidy for our house guests Tim and Hannah, amble food will be laid out for the cats, Adam will spend ages pretending to tie up all the loose ends of work and I will faff around deciding which shoes to wear to the airport. Then we will be on our ...
After a lovely meal with our friends from the meditation group Jess and I headed home hoping for a few hours sleep before catching the coach. This wasn't made that easy by my constant coughing and sneezing due to a cold. We did manage to get a couple of hours though before taxi called at 3.30am to take us to the coach, the ride was pretty uneventful until at Heathrow the driver announced " this bus ain't going nowhere!!!" and we still had to get to Heathrow!!! Apparently ...
... barricades all over the place, and we'd had to walk down a block or 2 to get around them.
After we left Cardiff we drove to Pembroke, Wales to catch a ferry to Ireland. We successfully made it without being attacked by naked blue guys! During the Roman occupation of what is now Wales, some of the native clans would strip ...
... end up going blind from living in near darkness after a year or two. And the coal miners, their life expectancy was 45 years. Women and children from the age of 10 worked in the mines too.
We then travelled through Brecon National Park, where 90% of the land is owned by sheep and cattle farmers, who have lived there for generations. We nearly ran over one of the sheep on the road, and we saw wild ponies too!
Brecon town was ...