The Maesllwch Arms Hotel
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... clubs had to combine to be able to compete against the strong English and French clubs, and the Irish provincial teams in the European Cup and other competitions. After a hundred years of local derbies the Llannelli and Swansea clubs combined to become the Scarlets. They are particularly strong at present and provide half of the Welsh national team.
The old Llanelli Rugby club had a proud record not just in Welsh rugby but until 1998, they regularly played ...
... was filled with sparkling conversation. Aarons parent had to drive to Aarons nan's house which was down the road. while Aaron, myself, his nan and sister walked back to the house. now some people might think its cruel to make a 82 year old walk home after having two large red wines while she's currently taking antibiotics. but we did ask if she wanted a lift. to which we got the response, 'no I'm full,' this ...
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.
Our adventure starts here.
Aaron and I got married.We both had the best evening ever.
The night before a few of the bride's side met at the Indian, causing carnage with the amount of drinks being ordered and our endless addition to the food order. Not to mention adding extra tables so we ended up taking up the whole of the restaurant. which lead to the bride hitting her head repeatedly on the light. ...
... worked for a family owned coach company in the early 70's. Only the grandson was home as the rest of the family was on holiday but we managed to catchup on all the family and business news so it wasn't a wasted journey. In the evening we went out to dinner with Betty and Graham, Roy's sister and her husband at a local Harefield pub that looked down on the canal and a man made lake which is used by the local sailing club. Thursday we left ...