Travel Blogs from Aberystwyth
... me loved it because I got to trek through mud, climb over fences, and enjoy the peace of the great outdoors! However, the BEST part of my day was the run that I went on that evening. I run quite a bit and I have seen some beautiful places due to it but no where can even compare to Wales. I ran a little over eight miles along the river, under bridges, and through beautiful fields and I wish that I could come up with the right words to describe the high that it gave ...
There was another gap before Isy Suttie and Gavin Osborne and we reckoned that the Woodland Pavilion would be open by now so we strolled down the path to be surprised by hearing Mark Olver welcoming to the stage Mick Davies. This was the same Mick that we’d been doing the quiz with earlier in the day. We’d bumped into Dawn who I’d travelled to Mach with and found Dave and Kirsten who had a prime spot at the front and settled down to enjoy ...
... his guitar and supporting technology we were convinced that we’d made another good decision. Also featured were Lucy Beaumont and David Elms who were both appearing in shows we would have liked to have seen but which clashed with ones we'd already booked. So for the 50p booking fee (for two), this was quite a bargain.
Isy Suttie is another festival regular and she curated “Isy Suttie and Friends” supported by Arthur Smith. Arthur had some ...
... He ran in to problems straight away, though because the room was darkened with a powerful spotlight picking out the performer, which meant that he couldn’t read his notes. And with so many shows to do and so much new material to cover, he needed some notes. He even got me up on to the stage so that I could see his problem from a punter’s perspective and I could, sort of. All I could see were the dark shapes of people’s heads and shoulders ...
... called Penboyr. Their house is out in the country, and has an amazing view of the countryside! It was so nice to be out of a city, and be in the fresh air! Our first day was pretty low key, and we showered, did some laundry, and then had a lovely supper! Homemade meals are something that I missed a lot, and having warm meals everyday was so nice! After one amazing sleep in a super comfy bed, our first day began! We started our day off with breakfast and a movie, and then went ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility