Dyffryn Castell Hotel
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... because it was 3 minutes from the hotel, so why not?
We took some father-daughter photos there just because and carried on-
To Tinkinswood Burial Chamber a pretty recent excavation of a dolmen. They found it in 1914 and it's even older than Stonehenge. The burial chamber in which they found over 920 human bones of both sexes is all that remains of the original village.
It's free to visit, if you don't mind ...
... the restaurant we had a wonderful surprise of seeing Aarons mum and dad. The usually banter between the family started but it wasn't towards the end of the evening when the alcohol had been flowing that the night got very entertaining. The restaurant had a power cut, so it was touch and go if we could pay and people had to go to the toilet by candle light. But finally we paid and the gang had to leave. the ...
So the count down begins.
Stress levels have been raising and by that I mean mine. I don't think the excitement has started to kick in yet just pure panic that we need to sort things out. Having to sort out Xmas presents, getting bank cards, sourcing cheap malaria tablets. These have been the most recent things that we have been running around like headless chickens to sort out in between the rugby of course.
... the road.
We enter Shropshire and back in England.If you are planning a visit over here, put North-west and West Wales high up on your list of places to visit.Just passed a guesthouse called "Foggy Bottom". And we've gone back into Wales; I dunno what going on. Back in Shropshire again, and the village names are distinctly English, such as Snead, Hurdley, Craven Arms, Lydham.
... and free, national treasure. We wandered through the various old work shops until 2 when we watched a brief movie about the history of the mining operation. Then an old miner gave us a demonstration of slate cutting and rock splitting; very interesting. He gets 2 pence for every piece of slate he cuts and the company sells it for up to £8. Once again, a large part of the message was the independent spirit of the Welsh ...