The Glansevern Arms

Address: Pant Mawr, Powys, Wales, SY18 6SY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Going to the NORTH...

A travel blog entry by arne_yveline on Nov 03, 2015

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... area, a "bedroom" just big enough to fit a two person bed in and a toilet. A urine-separating toilet. Yes, the campsite was very eco-friendly!
The cabin was super cosy for couples, but throw a tree year old in the mix and it suddenly becomes a lot smaller. Good thing she's such a sweet girl.
In the end, we all fitted inside the little cabin and after a good homecooked meal we all went to bed.
Ready for the next adventure!

Birthday boy!!

A travel blog entry by worldlookout on Oct 12, 2015

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... roars of laughter. Then Aarons nan yelled, 'what you all laughing at, I'm not tight.' (tight as I learnt last night means drunk). As we continued our short walk, Aarons parents passed us in the car. on cue, Aarons nan said 'why didn't we get a lift?' the grandchildren broke into tears of laughter again.
all in all, great night with the Jones family. probably the last meal together till we return home next xmas. ...

5 days to go

A travel blog entry by worldlookout on Oct 11, 2015

So the count down begins.
Stress levels have been raising and by that I mean mine. I don't think the excitement has started to kick in yet just pure panic that we need to sort things out. Having to sort out Xmas presents, getting bank cards, sourcing cheap malaria tablets. These have been the most recent things that we have been running around like headless chickens to sort out in between the rugby of course.

Central Wales

A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Oct 08, 2015

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​We stopped at a lovely town called Machynnleth for lunch then headed east through Central Wales back to Tewkesbury via Hereford.

As we head further east into Wales, we lose the stone fences, replaced by hedges, and the buildings and towns start to look more English. The farmlands and countryside are just beautiful. There are very few places to stop and photograph as the hedges are ...

The Land That Vowels Forgot

A travel blog entry by clpdelaney on Sep 27, 2015

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... and free, national treasure. We wandered through the various old work shops until 2 when we watched a brief movie about the history of the mining operation. Then an old miner gave us a demonstration of slate cutting and rock splitting; very interesting. He gets 2 pence for every piece of slate he cuts and the company sells it for up to £8. Once again, a large part of the message was the independent spirit of the Welsh ...