Travel Blogs from Aberystwyth
We drove across the fat bit - all the way from Suffolk to Pembrokeshire. And what a joy to be back in Wales in the garden. www.dyffrynfernant.co.uk Even in the wild windy, wet winter that is February 2014 Christina keeps the garden beautifully. Structural plant shapes and seed heads protrude from the flower beds and bog garden. Dad and I set to on the fence project - I finished painting the grey planks and we attached ...
January has turned out to be a most miserable month. The World's Number One Holiday Destination has been plagued by storms, high winds and rain, rain, rain. The storms have caused misery all over the British Isles and here in Wales, Aberystwyth came in for a particularly good beating. The Spring Tide coincided with the brutal storms coming off the Atlantic. Following the misery inflicted on the town, the council have proposed to change the name to Aberwristslit. ...
... in there for a while but the singing soon started. The Big Screen was pulled down and the London New Year Party was broadcast. Okay if you like Barry Garlow.... Big Ben's chimes eventually tolled and everyone hooked up for Auld Lang Syne...... We then messed about taking photo's and finally left at about 1.30am, courtesy of Mitch's Taxis. We did have a libation back at the ranch but turned in around 3.00 am....not bad by ...
After being back a few days, Jayne, Grant & myself decide to hotfoot it to West Wales to catch up with the extended family, Clive, Gail, Owen, Graham, Wendy, Claire and Steve & not forgetting Sir James Dalton Esq. of the esteemed Black Lion Hotel. Grant drove his car up and was a bit nervous after not driving for nearly 3 months, nonetheless it was a pleasurable drive and it was nice to see the Autumnal colours as we travelled through the Brecon Beacons and ...
... when Sarah and Laura filled me in with many stories and the rituals that have become traditions. I must say I was happy to fulfill the Newport CC tradition due to James's absence ;)
The drive up to Abba was scenic. The little towns we passed, the hills, the woods, sheep, the Welsh blacks (black Welsh cows) and the streams made part of the natural beauty that made the drive up quicker than it was. It was ...
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