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Up and at 'em early this morning with a good breakfast and a snack bag packed, we headed off to tackle more sight-seeing and searches for the genealogy project.
The driving is getting easier and we relied less on the GPS today as Rhe knew the routes and geography.
We drove to nearby Llyn-du farm where Rhe had a chat with a …
... 1972, Paris 1973, Greek Islands 1980, Copenhagen 2000ish. Living in London off and on was a blast and something I'd like to do more and of course travel in the UK - Yorkshire is gorgeous, Edinburgh delightful, Cumbria magnificent. Wales is lovely, Devon my perennial holiday home. Cornwall is stunning but somewhat scarey. Somerset and home are soft, gentle, welcoming, safe.
What I really want to do is what @plaingoldband ...
Only really got one thing done today, although I might head out again if I can work out what else there is to after 3pm. Having said that, the Doctor Who Experience was a good few hours and worth the time it took. If you have no interest in Who then this post might not be for you! First up was short bus trip to Cardiff Bay (about 10 min). Being super organized I got there before 9am. So after a Skype ...
... a gastropub that does B&B about 10 miles outside the city, and more importantly they have two rooms free. The only downside is we're blowing the budget on the first night. We set the satnav to find it for us. It's at this point that we, or more specifically I, because I'm driving, find the satnav infuriatingly slow in cities. All satnavs are a bit behind where you are on the road, but this one is a lot behind, and the map is **** at showing where it ...
... mine. We spent nearly an hour underground following the passages, learning about the machines, old stables and coal faces. We had to stoop to go through many of the passages just as the miners did in their day.
We head towards Merthyr Tydfil crossing Brecon Beacons National Park on the way. Brecon Beacons is a wild windswept uplands. Rain and mist are common. Hiking is a major pastime but ...