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... hiking. It rained for us at the end of one of the trails before we turned around to go back, but other than it was good. As we waited for the train back into Llandudno Junction, we sat at a table outside of a café and played the longest game of cards ever. The game BS takes a long time to finish, this was insanely long. That night was a quick run to the supermarket to have our second meal of pasta. Sunday we went to see the Canwy Castle, which ...
... found out and averted with such a narrow margin. King James I celebrated the fact that he had survived an attempt on his life, and so people in London lit bonfires around the city. Later on, a bill was passed that there must be celebrations on November 5th to remember what happened. However, that bill was not in effect for long, as you are not able to force people to celebrate anything. Over the ...
... Then it started to rain so we got our stuff together and went back to the Conway Center. We did some indoor rock climbing, and that turned out to be harder than actual rock climbing. The holds were not as good as in the actual rock.
The pictures included are from Google because I didn't have my camera with me.
... gladly not do it again.
The rocks were very slippery. We got caught in a little hail storm as well. It was beautiful, just very cold. I don't like walking on ice in the winter, and most of the rocks felt like they were ice.
The pictures included are ones from Google, as I did not have my camera with me. ...
... bad, but coming down was difficult because it kept feeling like I was going to slip on a rock and fall. I did a lot of scooting on my butt to get down. At the top there are two big rocks next to each other, and they are called Adam and Eve. We ate our lunch up there by them.
I am proud of myself for making it up and back down the mountain. It is a big accomplishment, and not something I would normally do.