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... the age of chivalry was drawing quickly to a close. The last great Welsh tournament of knights was staged by Thomas at Carew in 1507. Spread over five days, the tournament drew over six hundred knights and retainers, with Rhys presiding over and judging the various contests. The sight was a marvel to behold. Chroniclers of the time wrote how the tournament was still the topic of conversation years after its conclusion.
... we went do a walk along the beach in the other direction and then walked along the coastal/cliff walk. Nigel walked to Guiltar Point, but I was too much of a poof !! And stayed on the very blowy other side and settled for taking a picture of Nigel instead. I had chicken and chips from the shop on-site and nigel had a pork pie salad. I made a start on my large bottle of San Miguel ! intend to fish later but it is very blowy so we shall ...
For the last two days we have been travelling through the south of Wales. The scenery is very green and lush with some areas we have driven through looking more like tropical rainforests. Yesterday we had the usual four seasons in one day, but it finished with sunny skies. We stayed in a cliff top resort just out of Cardigan, which is the furthest point West on the West Coast of the UK. The rooms in the resort were old and in need of refurbishment, which they are in the process ...
... relief when he went down another lane. When we finally found the shopping centre we were grateful for a car park, a close petrol station and grocery store. It is amazing how we take for granted how easy it is at home to find what you need in your local area. The towns here are not designed for cars at all. Later in the day we visited St David's which is Wales' smallest city. It has 1600 residents and a large Cathedral built by St. David who is the patron saint of Wales. We also ...
... the typical country roads that are barely one car wide lined with rock walls. Just as well we are driving a small car. The drive was picturesque but slow and windy. Given that Wales and the UK has lots of open green space what is with narrow roads and no pull off areas? We had lunch at Aberystwyth on the coast which is similar in some ways to Llandudno. Parking is also an issue in most towns. So when we ...