The Lodge Conwy
Travel Blogs from Conwy
... knock on their door to meet up later and it turns out our ID cards only
work for our own hallways, you can't visit any other halls.
After the eventful morning I grabbed a sandwich at this
small campus store and went on a supermarket tour with the International group
along with the woman from Columbia. On the trip I talked with a few German
students who were in Wales to practice their English. After walking a few miles
around town ...
... to climb all of the towers. We walked along the coast and dipped our feet into freezing cold Conwy Bay which is part of the Irish Sea. Afterwards, we had lunch at Anne's Tearoom which was the most amazing meal we've had thus far (tomato soup and cheesy garlic bread). Overall, it was a wonderful day! The weather was beautiful and it was only a one and a half hour coach ride from Edge Hill to ...
... t want to put through the dryers. Once all this was complete Cheryl & i did a walk around town, in the light drizzle getting some souvenirs, couple of gifts, and a bit damp, nothing like the wet we achieved in Singapore.
We are now sitting in the pub with free internet, sending update messages around the globe.
This is written by Daryl and his perspective, so a bit different to ...
... that had been mined, then via a cable railway deep underground about 500 ft to another area slate had been mined since 1836. We had to wear hard hats and all, very glamourous.
the display and audio story tells of a small boy who joins his father and uncle to work in the mine at the age of 12. Most miners died by their early 40's as it was a dirty very dusty hard life. The slate tiles made here were exported to Australia and many of the ...
... a lake. Next was Snowdonia National Park where we stopped to walk on Snowden mountain, the tallest mountain in England and Wales. One last stop before finding our hostel for the night is the town with the longest name which is on the Isle of Anglesea. That night we stayed in Caernarfon but we arrived so late there wasn't much to see anything before we had planned to meet for dinner.
I did a brisk walk over a bridge and up ...