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We arrived at our Southampton hotel a lot earlier than we had done for the Britannia cruise at Easter. We called at IKEA to buy a mascot for our cruise before returning to the hotel for our evening meal. We had an early night ready to embark Ventura on ...
... it. Over the years they have taught people who have since been involved in life threatening situations and thanks to the skills they were taught, they were able to act and save lives. I don't want to think about what could have happened if emergency first aid wasn't available. When the email came out to say the trip was running again in October 2015, I applied straightaway. We had to meet the costs of getting there and this was £1100. I simply ...
... br> we went to llidle and got pork chops and seasoning and them for dinner cooked on the BBQ again delicious, i am a early riser and at 5 in the morning i would sit outside the tent looking out to sea and the amazing views from the campsite,
we went to the next bay/town along i forget the name but the beach was absolutely stunning we didnt get to walk along it though as they were charging £6 to park i wasnt sure if that was for the day or by the hour,
that day i went in ...
... we had, that led us there that night, that brought us to stay at Dylan Thomas’ childhood home. Mary wished us a happy Christmas for Gram and asked that we bring her back with us someday.
So Geoff gave us the keys, showed us the finicky bits and wished us well. There were hugs all around and Matthew snapped some photos for the website. Then we were alone in the house.
We walked around the floors again, slowly, silently, breathing in the smells, the history, the ...
... much respect for those who serve their country and give so much, sometimes making the ultimate sacrifice. Their loved ones deserve to be supported. Well done Neil. Climbing high above the Rhondda valley I passed by the Pontypridd RFC, where so many of the best of Wales internationals learned their trade. The rain kept coming as I rose above the towns to where it was just me on my bike and the sheep to keep a watchful eye as they were even sheltering under roadside trees. ...