Premier Inn Caerphilly - Corbetts Lane
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... accents and I could hardly understand a thing! You know how I said that Abi's family are all so nice and loving towards me, well I am now 100% part of the family as Jono is now introducing me as his niece to everyone :P I don't really have any photos for today to upload. But I'm sure there are heaps more to come. Tomorrow I'm not sure what we are doing, other than the meeting after lunch. I'm sure I'll have fun no matter what we ...
... world? Big question, if not a long one! But a good question nonetheless. Why not?! I have nothing to run away from so that bit was easy to answer. But escape....now there's a thought :-) I predict that, although I will enjoy this experience, I will understand and begin to appreciate the brilliance and freedom we experience in the UK compared to other countries even though we take it for ...
... obvious that it was more of industrial/ shipping town. Dover was a strange town with not much to it. We walked around a little bit and explored. Then we headed to the cliffs. They were absolutely beautiful! It was such a fun day. We didn't tour Dover Castle which is kind of a bummer, but we just didn't have time. But it was cool from the outside! Anyways, it was great weekend. Only one more month left, woah..
Off to France,
Its looking very wet outside this morning but we are going to brave it anyway.We are headed for Coch Castle near the small town of Caerphilly. The castle isn't a large one but it is mostly complete. It has been restored fully with the exeption of a few rooms. This meant it was pretty much an inside visit, only the large courtyard was uncovered.
The stairs were really tight, not very wide like ...
... the lantern room. The lens had been removed and the room was now transformed into a very nice sitting room that was very tastefully decorated. Looking closely we could see the tower of the East Usk Light across the estuary.
Upon returning to the ground floor, we all gathered in the dining room where Danielle served us tea (water for me) and biscuits while Frank told us all about the lighthouse, how they had come to own it, and ...