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... saw us walking down the hill, took pity on us - asked where we were going - knew the couple here well, loaded us into his car and drove us right here. We NEVER would have found it!!!
The little town is actually quite nice and we are looking forward to our 4 days of activity here.
We should sleep well tonite. Ha Ha!!
Oh, yes - the train station: There is work being done on a couple of miles of track - ergo, no train into this town. ...
... steam train is running down to Tywyn and stops if you put your hand out. Of course, I missed it by minutes.
the lady at the mini station helped me find the not so track to get us closer to town which I promptly fudged up for 10 minutes by going the wrong way. not before I lifted the 80 pound dog over a fence. no, there is no photographic evidence..I'm pretty sure we were trespassing at that point.
... a magnificent piece of mountain biking. as soon as I fully traverse to get my bearings I'll be pulling out the bike so thoughtfully provided.
Welsh accents are impossible for me to fully comprehend. I just nod my head and piece together what I'm being told from understanding every fourth word or so.
the village is tiny. I like tiny but I have no inspiration for funny photos so more landscape it ...
... National Park.
One of the things we have noticed since we've been in the UK is that every man (and his dog) seems to own a dog - and more often than not, two! But that's not all - they have to take the dogs with them no matter where they go! They go to all the tourist attractions like an additional member of the family - and sometimes their owners even have to pay for them. I understand taking a dog out for a walk ...
... as replacement bridges have been built they have been built on top of the previous one. It is a lovely spot with waterfalls and huge caverns which the rushing water has created over years of exposure. From there we headed towards the coast and had a quick look at Aberystwyth before heading up to Portmeirion which is a fascinating little place. It is a private village built by architect Clough Williams-Ellis over 50 years from 1925 when he purchased the land. All the ...