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Lucky I woke up early this morning as I had set the alarm for the wrong time...could have been disastrous ... off and running about 0830 today still in Wales. we stopped at the Builth Wells for morning tea ..they had a nice bridge with a bloke out Fly Fishing...apparently the rivers banks are privately owned and so are the fishing rights...So you can't just drop a line in anywhere... That sucks a bit I reckon. ! A way there wasn't a lot in this wee town I did try to but a map ...
again to go to the hotel.Saw the animal wall , will post some pictures,
when the internet connection allows. Dinner was in a little village
about 30 min drive from Cardiff in the Blue Anchor hotel Established in
1380. Lovely thatched roof pub made from reclaimed timbers from ships
wrecked on the coastline. They had a Welsh harpist playing while we ate
another lovely dinner. Think we need to stop eating.
Viewed the prehistoric setting of Stonehenge and later the Roman Baths in get this the city of Bath (makes sense huh). But Bath is also a Georgian city with extensive architecture built largely during the 17th and 18th century.
Stonehenge is actually small, but it is remarkable that people without the wheel or equipment with which to hoist could have developed this place. These stones were moved over many miles before placement.
... delayed by a traffic jam meaning our already short time planned there turned into a dash around the Cathedral and for JaM a quick quiz at the Magna Carta and we were back in the car off to Southampton again in order to check-in to the hotel while M and G took the hire car back. The boys were not happy on their return, having had to pay excess for returning the car with low tire pressure which ...
... have different customs in the foods they eat, the clothes they wear, and the architectural styles of their homes and cities, and in these things people's identity as belonging to their own nation is affirmed and strengthened.
But there is a kind of tribal exclusiveness that is far from being benign. I suspect that, in the end, if folks are not entirely happy or secure about who they really are, that is when the trouble starts. For they ...