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Travel Blogs from Talyllyn
... driving. We set off this morning around 9am and headed for Haverfordwest or in welsh 'Hwlffordd' purely to find an information centre to get some idea on where to go and what to see. It turned out to be a somewhat wasted dive as the place didn't have much help but did direct us to another location in the direction we were looking at taking so off we set to Cardigan (Aberteifi). On the way we stopped off for another quick look at the tiny fishing port ...
Back to Wales today to see Port Meirion. If anyone watched prisoner (the English one,many years ago) it was filmed there. It is a quaint place that is not what it seems, some of the buildings look quite huge but in realty it is just a facade. Although on saying that you can rent out some of the little cottages or there is a hotel there you can stay ...
... purchase. Again Kaeleb is intently listening to my brief synopsis of the War and the castle's role. The castle features a moat, complete with flowering lilypads. We meander through the castle, traversing the stone steps up to the top of the tower and down to what appears to have been the dungeon. Julian excitedly picks out the arrow slits but gets a bit scared going up and down the spiral stone steps. I take his hand and guide him down. Holding my ...
... the roads for the majority of
the way. We had a very close call with a
bus as we entered a small village and it took some inch by inch maneuvering to
get by. Wing mirrors still intact
As we arrived in Harlech where we are spending the night,
the Halech castle suddenly appeared before us as we rounded a bend and it
looked amazing. Our camp site is between
the castle and the beach and apparently the ...
... me loved it because I got to trek through mud, climb over fences, and enjoy the peace of the great outdoors! However, the BEST part of my day was the run that I went on that evening. I run quite a bit and I have seen some beautiful places due to it but no where can even compare to Wales. I ran a little over eight miles along the river, under bridges, and through beautiful fields and I wish that I could come up with the right words to describe the high that it gave ...