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... Spectres as the mist swirled around and the sun tried to break through it. Even Graham saw one in the end! The descent was north-eastwards into the remains of Rhosydd Quarry, where there are the ruins not only of the quarry buildings, but also of the workers' cottages. The quarry wasn't abandoned until the 1930s and must have been a desperate place to work in. We finished by going back down the valley below Moelwyn Mawr to Croesor - a fine end to an enjoyable ...
A quote from a famous Welsh anthem, sung by massed choirs. The Welsh are famous for their voices - think Ric*********** and opera singer Bryn Terfel.
Barmouth nestles among the steep hills of Snowdonia on the estuary of the River Mawddach.
I never tire of visiting this wonderful country, and North Wales is right next to Shropshire. Dry Sundays are now in the past and English-owned holiday cottages are no longer under threat of being burnt by Welsh Nationalists,which was common in the ...
Some of the group even managed to squeeze in coffee and assorted chocolate/fudgy things afterwards.
The rest of the group disappeared into the wet at about 4.30pm, leaving us to enjoy the delights of this lovely place.
"Would you like dinner?"
But probably not until November, at the earliest.
... the miller yesterday said it was going to be dreadful.
So it was with a certain cautiousness that we approached the morning.
Lunch was booked at Tyddyn Llan, Michelin Star winner and 38th in the 2013 (?) Good Food Guide. It was only about 40 miles away, but one can get terribly wet in 5 miles, let alone 40.