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... is clag. Following a lot of improvement work, the path is straightforward and it doesn't take very long to get to the wet and windy summit. Amazingly there are people walking around in shorts or jeans and one woman is carrying a shopping bag instead of a rucksack. With nothing in it. The mind boggles.
After a quick bite to eat, we make the short traverse to the summit of Pen y Fan and then it's back off down towards Storey Arms, using the main path from Bwlch Duwynt, which is ...
... of the village of Raglan in the county of Monmouthshire in south east Wales. The modern castle dates from between the 15th and early 17th-centuries, when the successive ruling families of the Herberts and the Somersets created a luxurious, fortified castle, complete with a large hexagonal keep, known as the Great Tower or the Yellow Tower of Gwent, surrounded by parkland, water gardens and terraces. During the English Civil War the castle was held ...
Well,Tom has done the main observations of NZ so I thought I would add a few of my own and also give you a bit of a language glossary!
Some of the sights that have surprised me the most are to do with Health and Safety. I guess when people said 'oh i have heard it is like the UK was 50 years ago' this is one of the reasons why. There is a primary school down the road and very often when me and Amy drive past the kids ...
... heating is broken so we have a tiny heater that is barely keeping us warm. All and all our first impressions not that good. There is a lovely warm room downstairs with the fire going but that is their private space. So........ Set off for a meal at the local Neuadd Arms. Very good pub with nice fireside per dinner drink. The meals were both good and warming. It's 9 degrees outside do pretty cool. Will watch a bit of telly tonight for a ...
... the knickerbocker
glory which was taller than me!
I'm really looking forward to next year - I wonder what we'll be doing?
Thanks Nana and Colin for a great time.
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