Premier Inn Bangor
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... a couple of houses, and a large tourist centre. We had lunch at the nice little cafe there. We explored the visitor centre to see what walks we could do. We didn't have a lot of time left in the day so we drove up the road a bit to Dovedale. Here we walked along a track to the stepping stones which are limestone rocks laid out over the Dove river. They have been there for over 100 ...
My first day here in Western Australia. It had a slow start, having a late breakfast with Diane, and then chilling out and chatting!!!!!. Eventually we drove to town to Woolworths for grocery shopping and various other things. Very hot but with a lovely breeze. Again had a late lunch and then a snooze to catch up with just a bit of jet lag. ...
... Lear who has a tumour behind her eyes and they travel to BIRMINGHAM Children's hospital once a month for treatment. She is adorable but almost blind. I told Her that I would pray for Her and would also ask my friends to do the same. Please pray for this lovely little family. Thank you. Well onward and upward now. So another update ...
... are ones that I will not ever forget. I hope that even when I am 80 years old I can still look back and remember our weekend trip to Edinburgh or all the crazy things we did as a flat in the last couple weeks we had together and laugh about everything.
Not going to lie, I did some pretty crazy things this semester. I climbed a mountain. I skied in the Alps. I went gorge scrambling. I learned a little bit of Welsh. I held an owl. I ate fish and chips ...
Today I climbed a mountain in the Outdoor Pursuits Class. It was the longest hike I have ever been on. It took the whole time but I did manage to make it up and down the mountain!
It was more challenging than I thought it would be because we weren't really following a trail, but rock scrambling. The mountain was Tryfan on the Snowdonia Range. It was about 900 meters above sea level.
Going up ...