Travelodge St Clears Camarthen
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... That wasn't the only problem I had - it seems every ingredient I needed had a different name here in the UK, even the veggies! I literally had to ask for help at least 4 or 5 times..maybe more. Like Jalapeños are not a thing here - they call them chillies? It took me over an hour to get everything for this damn soup I'm making, and I confused the hell out of at least a half a dozen Tesco employees..."chicken broth?! What is that?" I need an ...
It was a lovely view out the window watching the waves roll in. We slept-in a bit to 8:30 and got halfway through the showers etc when we read at 9AM that breakfast was only served until 9:30. Consequently Jessamy went to breakfast still in her sleeping "onesie". Lucky it still didn't have a tail. The breakfast was nice in the ballroom still decorated for Christmas.
After packing ...
... slang I don't ever think I will pick up on is calling my underwear "knickers" or my pants "trousers" - it just makes me laugh. When saying goodbye (this one is good), they say "tada"! I love it, it's adorable. It's probably safe to assume though that urban dictionary is going to be my best friend for the next little while. Although plans didn't go as I'd hoped, I'm glad I ended up "stuck in Swansea" this weekend. I met some great friends and got myself settled. I ...
... we all had a good laugh at the fact that I had no idea what I was doing and the ridiculous amount of luggage I had. Eventually, after going up and down the lift a few times I gave up and went to go chill, and figure **** out. I facetimed my sister and as I sat there this gentleman comes up to me and asks me to watch his luggage while he used the washroom...awful trusting! I could tell by his thick English accent he probably was from around ...
Thursday 6 November 2014 Laugharne's Brown Dylan perspective It might have been the same as yesterday - gorgeous blue sunlit skies and flat calm seas - but it wasn't. The stormy, rain-heavy southerly winds hit the estuary from an early hour and persisted throughout the day. It rained, the wind howled and the clouds lay over the town like a choking, wet blanket. Recreational sorties were ill-advised. Steph nipped out (a racist ...