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TravelPod Member ReviewsFoamedge Guesthouse Porthcawl
Basic rooms. But such loud traffic noises. And noises if people knocking on other peoples door at very early hours of the morning!
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... Apparently one of the President's had a Lorry Company and so he disbanded the railway in order to get more business for his company. A shame as this country would be quite something to see by train. Anyhow there it was the old bridge with wooden slates barely holding it together. Don't get me wrong, I loves a bit of history and architecture but thought this was supposed to be a hike and this barely cut out a breath in a very unfit, nearly 40 yr old with ...
... are really down to earth and very nurturing and caring. Lillian, Mrs Lloyd could be anyone's mum. She had such an overtly mothering demeanour about her, one that would make anyone feel relaxed.
All in all the people could not have been more welcoming and friendly, down to the lovely lady at The Rock who tells me each morning " Don't worry Ma-rie, you will find somewhere today".
So the search for somewhere to live ...
... for-all streets was not ideal for my stomach or my glucose-starved brain. The number of lanes on a road is completely arbitrary and depends on the number of cars trying to squeeze through. Everybody assumes the right of way, including pedestrians and bikes that dart in and out of traffic. There are also people who STAND in the middle of the road and try to sell you stuff. A young man, probably early 20’s, was trying to sell us Thomas the ...
... with sweat by the time I got there. First thing I saw was the swimming pool and a sun lounger. I didnīt move for the afternoon. I eventually made it down to the beach, via the street vendors and market stalls, which only sold clothing items emblazoned with "Pura Vida" or "No army, no war, no violence" and variations of. Apparently, pura vida, which literally means pure life, can be used to mean a variety of things. In response to how are you? as well as a greeting, ...
... you start to go through small town after small town- each with stops for the locals. Here- it appeared quite normal that not only would people stop in each town- but at individual houses along that stretch of road 100 metres long. Also- people would jump on at one end of the town, and jump off at the other. This despite it being the same sort of bus as the intercity or knight rider. Sorry no photos - SD card issues! :) Amanda & ...