Gwyn Hafan Serviced Apartments
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... has made us very strong together and very adaptable and we know that there is nothing we can't do when we are together. It was everything we wanted it to be and more and there is nothing about it that I can imagine being any better. Looking back I am sure there were plenty of things along the way that were annoying at the time but now none of them seem even remotely important. We took a leap into the unknown when we left, ...
... a bit I can see why. It is
superficially like a slow cooker but the heating element is in the lid. You can apparently use it for almost any
cooking styles and I tried roasting a duck in it this week which to my surprise
worked really well and I even got a nice crispy skin on the bird. I also cooked
a casserole of pork and apricots and they were also delicious. As you can see
it is quite a hardship ...
Another short move to the Cardigan Bay Camping and Caravanning Club site near New Quay. What a joy to have electricity again, I couldn't wait to use my toaster and had cheese on toast for lunch and watched lots of TV in the evening! I could also get radio which has been impossible for the last ten days, so despite being in the middle of nowhere I feel to be really civilised. The site isn’t very large and despite its name ...
Saturday morning, I'm up early and longing to walk along the beach. The town is quiet, not even the fishermen are up yet and the estuary is calm at high tide. The teenagers have long gone from the jetty where last night they waited their turn to leap into the cold seawater below and for now the lobster pots are ...
... Sylvia and Gareth in their caravan.
Had a beautiful meal out and then to the camp ground club for live entertainment and one too many gins! Met many wonderful people. Conversations start in English then convert to welsh and then half English half welsh.
Had a great ...