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Travel Blogs from Llandudno
... the various restaurants, stores, and the actual
school buildings I came back to my dorm and succumbed to another long nap.
Everything is just really surreal and it still hasn't really
hit me that I am going to be living here for a year. The view outside my window
is just absolutely breathtaking and I hope I never take it for granted. The
School of English is also in the main Bangor building that is shown on the
... to climb all of the towers. We walked along the coast and dipped our feet into freezing cold Conwy Bay which is part of the Irish Sea. Afterwards, we had lunch at Anne's Tearoom which was the most amazing meal we've had thus far (tomato soup and cheesy garlic bread). Overall, it was a wonderful day! The weather was beautiful and it was only a one and a half hour coach ride from Edge Hill to ...
... Cheryl& I strolled along the waterfront then back to the magnificent castle. I'll let Cheryl add some more info on the walk through the castle.
They had souvenirs at the Castle shop that Cheryl could not pass up, an actual bow & arrow set made in Sherwood Forest. Despite being of timber, Cheryl will do her best to get this & a wooden sword back into Australia.
... to Australia to work as well.
we continued to drive through Wales and the Snowdonia mountains, they are very different to anything we have been through yet, with steep rugged cliffs, narrow winding roads and sheep scattered over the area. Couldn't see too much due to the mist and cloud that blanketed the area. Tonight we are in Caernarfon on the water in Wales. Our hotel room tonight is back to our standard that we are used to with comfy beds, la
... The tour was very fast paced and we stopped at least four times each day so I've actually forgotten some of the things we stopped at.
The tour guide was a charismatic red head girl from Bristol and on the tour we had eleven females and no males at all, unless you count Drew the bus driver. There were two older Austrian ladies travelling together, one Italian girl, one Kiwi girl and six other young Australians of which only ...