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... Jo-Ann got in the driver's seat and we drove to Devil's Bridge. Our intention was to do some hiking in a National Park (Amy's choice) but we missed the turn-off. The kids played with the puddle ice in the carpark. We decided to take the 45 minute walk around the Rhaeadrah Falls. It was great. The path gradually lead down to a view of the falls and then sharply down a set of 50 ...
... 11:15; he arrived tousled, bleary-eyed (hungover(?) in true anecdotal Dylan Thomas tradition) and full of revelations about Dylan. Undoubtedly, he was a Dylan enthusiast, knew heaps about the eccentric poet and enthralled us all, especially the visiting Americans who longed to be immersed in Dylan stuff. John said, "Sod the weather!" and enlightened us with his knowledge and love of Dylan. He did not disappoint, and despite the wind ...
... Words fail me here to describe the action-packed fun. H and S explored depressing Swansea, though bags of shopping provided an alternative view. We met up at American Golf - where else?! - and it was home for a senior nap before the highlight of the day, the Pendine Beach fireworks. Guy Fawkes would have been proud of the display - a crisp (nay, bloody chilly!) night under a ...
... disappointing, half-empty market area and a euphemistically named "shopping centre" dead from the shop-floor upwards.
The peripheral shopping complex (courtesy bus available - death knells ringing?) - did reveal a TK Max, Sports Direct and M & S, with a covered way between. The rain continued to fall, however, dampening the spirit and clothing. "Let's go back!"
Laugharne had had no rain since 11:00! Why did we leave? Clear, ...
... shops and mercifully closed "Kiss me quick" hat shops. The town wasn't quite deserted, but many premises were seasonally closed. Why is it feeding people is becoming the only way to earn a living? We looked about with declining interest as it became clear that this was not a prime Welsh attraction in November under glowering skies. Stroll, lunch in a pub that doubled as a café - very clever marketing - and then back to the car before ...