Fairyhill

Address: Reynoldston, Swansea, Southern Wales, Wales, SA3 1BS, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Reynoldston, Swansea, is near Rhossili Bay, Llangennith Beach, Bishopston Valley, and Rhossili Visitors' Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Swansea

      Reflection

      A travel blog entry by philji on Dec 22, 2014

      ... it is full of a sense of life, where people have a twinkle in their eye and a purpose to their step, where the preciousness of our existence can be felt, the fragility of our existence can be felt , the pain of our existence can be felt and also a place where we can in freedom and acceptance be who we really are. So I think this is what makes this place ...

      Weekenders

      A travel blog entry by philji on Dec 22, 2014

      ... have met through Chod practice. Today no Chod only mantra and meditation, watched by a dozen Nepalis fascinated by these westerners who sit and recite mantras and read ancient texts at " their" holy place. Later that day we collected our beautiful Thanka of Guru Rinpoche now beautifully set in an embroidered setting. We were also introduced to the artists upstairs in their studio. Sun Today turned out to be a really busy day. After breakfast, we walked over to Tenzin Rinpoche's house ...

      First weekend in Swansea

      A travel blog entry by mandyhebert on Dec 22, 2014

      ... d get home. Even mcdonalds is different. The mayonnaise is tangy... I'll be glad to stop eating fast food though. It's making me sick. The slang here is hilarious. In Swansea they all say "Hiya" for hello. What's really screwy though is the fact that their equivalent to "how are you" or "what's up/how's it going," is either "you okay?/ you alright?" I've only just learned how to answer this lol. Back home I would say, of course do I not look alright? Like ...

      London - Swansea

      A travel blog entry by mandyhebert on Dec 19, 2014

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      ... we all had a good laugh at the fact that I had no idea what I was doing and the ridiculous amount of luggage I had. Eventually, after going up and down the lift a few times I gave up and went to go chill, and figure **** out. I facetimed my sister and as I sat there this gentleman comes up to me and asks me to watch his luggage while he used the washroom...awful trusting! I could tell by his thick English accent he probably was from around ...

      Fall Bay, 3 Cliffs and Box Bay

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Sep 10, 2014

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      ... far was Scavenger. Challenging but doable and a thoroughly enjoyable route. This is a really interesting and picturesque area, a huge wide beach with the prominent rocks standing pyramid-like. We again had a great day of sunshine and beautiful surroundings. Gotta watch out for that tide though!

      Day 3
      Our last day we spent at Box Bay, mainly practicing set ups for group work but also got a few climbs in (again after a lot of frustrating confusion with the guidebook!)
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