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... however, they seem perfectly placed amongst the green rolling hills and occasional ruins. The drive to the coast is lovely and I take my first turn behind the wheel. The roads are definitely narrow and several times Chris feels the bushes brush across his fingers but overall I don't find it too harrowing and we arrive in Borth, the coastal village near Aberystwyth we are staying in. We can see the beach and hear the roar of the waves from our window. The ...
... me loved it because I got to trek through mud, climb over fences, and enjoy the peace of the great outdoors! However, the BEST part of my day was the run that I went on that evening. I run quite a bit and I have seen some beautiful places due to it but no where can even compare to Wales. I ran a little over eight miles along the river, under bridges, and through beautiful fields and I wish that I could come up with the right words to describe the high that it gave ...
... finishes it off and then I do the washing up. Quite a good division of labour, really.
Mark Olver was doing his comedy quiz (i.e. a quiz about comedy) in the tent at 11:00 so I brought the taxi pick-up forward a bit so that we would have a chance of repeating our humiliation of last year. Our quest to win the Shield of Herbie ended in failure and we only got our meagre tally of points because Mark had thrown a few general knowledge questions in. I hadn't managed ...
... the truly inspiring views we were invited into the shed which was a remarkable structure with a wooden boat instead of a roof. Despite being last in we were yet again able to get seats right at the front of this vast, 10-seater auditorium.
Arthur did the introductions and then brought on the first of the comedians to do a 10 minute set, Mike Wozniak. He was followed by Fin Taylor who joined us in horseradish vodka shots (we’d brought shot glasses for everyone) ...
... m pretty certain that everybody enjoyed a touching, entertaining and often hilarious performance that involved several songs and a naked man with a small accordion. I’m told that he was a last minute volunteer and if that’s the case, my hat (and nothing else) goes off to him.
Back to the Owain Glyndwr Centre and the first of our punts, Jonny and the Baptists on their “Stop UKIP” tour. We try to strike a balance between well-known ...
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