Glanyscir

Aberyscir, Brecon, Powys, Wales, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Brecon

Obstacles

A travel blog entry by philji

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A trip to India or Nepal wouldn't be compete without it's little obstacles along the way....
Yesterday I wrote to the guest house in Kathmandu to ask them if they could arrange a car to pick us up at airport and they replied," Sorry sir we have given your room to someone else!!!!"
No reason or apology just like that..... ...

The Wilds of Dowlais Top

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates

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... The downside of all these animals wandering & feeding on the common, is that they can sometimes look the worse for wear, especially in these recent vile conditions. Mrs. Gibbs is an animal lover and so sprung into action and launched a "Feed the Animals Fund" in order to get money to buy hay for the animals up on the mountain. Very quickly, a fund of over 15.00 was collected and Operation " Food Aid for Animals" was in action. All well and good except ...

Family time in Maesteg

A travel blog entry by cathterry

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... back to the house. Say bye to Daniel & Kayleigh and homeward bound we head. More games, kids love being centre of all this adult attention, cup of tea (gosh we've drunk some tea in this trip! As well as other beverages of course), and lots of chatting. Chatting about my Gran, about her job as a code-breaker at Bertchley Park in the war, about Aunty Joan's father being from Australia, about Uncle Don, and the caravan they holidayed in for 23 years, ...

Final thought....

A travel blog entry by paradiselost

It's taken me a while to write the summary of this trip as it is only after you return from such an experience and are resuming normality that you can fully appreciate the impact it has had. Through all the ups and downs I can conclusively say that working away, experiencing all that encompasses an island like San Salvador has to offer, has been the greatest opportunity of my life. A complete learning curve I have found out aspects ...

Discovering Maesteg

A travel blog entry by cathterry

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... I tell you the Gaelic language, and welsh must be so difficult to learn, no q no k, but dd is a letter in the alphabet as is ff and ll. From memory dd sounds like 'th' but not harsh and long 'th' but soft and gentle. So basically I failed welsh in lesson one. Too hard. Please speak English! Cup of tea. Mac helps Aunty Joan in the kitchen, so reminded me of Gran. Then boys in one car, girls in the other and we went on a trip around Maesteg and ...

 

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