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Ydi mae'r blog yn ol. Diolch i bawb am ddarllen yr un dwetha. Yn ol ystadegau travelpod ges i 2000 o hits ar y blog dwy flynedd yn ol wrth i fi deithio am 3 mis rownd awstralia a de ddwyrain asia. A dyma fi eto ar fy nhrafels i Ganolbarth America. Gwerthfawrogin fawr. Dwin sgwennu hwn yn y travelodge yn heathrow ar ol siwrne hyfryd ar y tren o ...
We drove 342 miles yesterday and just over 100 miles today. We came through some spectacular scenery on the A82 and A87. We were the only car going in our direction for miles. We skirted several lochs and their beauty was breath-taking. The road was very winding and afforded us amazing views of the surrounding mountains which were still tipped with snow! We reached the Kyle of Lochalsh and after topping up with diesel we drove over ...
This is definitely our last day in Thailand - or perhaps I shouldnt have tempted fate by even thinking along those lines ?!
Eat breakfast at guest house, check out, then at 08:00 we are being picked up by Mr Noi and are on our way to Suvarmabhumi airport.
We arrive ridiculously early as there was no traffic problems - more local knowledge not helping. The ...
Warning: This blog contains foul language and Star Wars references.
Since I didn't contribute at all to this thing during the Japan holiday, I thought I would throw in my two pence for our Europe trip. I'll just do a quick write-up every now and then of my experiences and impressions of all the different places we go. I'll try not to go into detail on everything though, that will be boring and I type really slowly as it is so I'll never get anything done. I've ...
... enjoyed looking at the Magna Carta (even though we had trouble with the idea of habeas corpus), and saw a Gutenberg Bible as well as one of the first folios of Shakespeare.
After checking out the 1/2 price ticket booth at Leschester Square, we walked to Trafalger Square. Colm insisted having his photo taken with a man dressed up as an airplane and also with the statue of Lord Nelson, who stopped Napoleon in his tracks on the open seas ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking