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Our adventure begins with a very traffic-free drive down the M4 to Heathrow. After lots of chatting and swapping of sweets I realised that I had left something very important behind, on a chair in Whitchurch Primary School's staffroom. I had been very organised, surprising myself with my precision and attention to detail by arranging every ticket, ...
... could take refuge inside when the sirens rang. It's strange to walk past the little canteen, and startling to see how far the war effort went. Conserving coal, sure, urging women to take in displaced children, allright, asking women to take public transportation only during off hours so the factory workers could have them, err, never thought of that but I guess I can see the logic in… Spade for glory? Really? I never thought about home grown potatoes as ...
... for Padstow. When we got here I sorted my suitcase out and organised gear for here (put on the shelf), and gear for Padstow into my backpack. Suitcase is ready to go and stay in car till London. I'm sure we'll each then do some more reading. I must say that I thought I heard someone speaking welsh for the first time this evening (not to me). No matter where we've been so far, everyone has spoken in a readily understood english, even though there have been some varieties of ...
... 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 ...
... the boat on the whole Show Caves and Dinosaurs thing, but we headed up the road anyway. It was, of course, closed but we did get to see some Dinosaurs at the entrance! So back to the cottage for our final peaceful rural night.
We were a bit nervous (well, Corinna was!) about how the traffic would be heading back to London on a Bank Holiday Monday, so we decided ...