The Oasis Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Having had a peaceful night on the pontoon in outer harbour we had our usual breakfast of Dave's porridge. Dave has to leave today he set off about 10 to catch a train back to Stoke. I think he enjoyed himself! I quickly got Jaunty ready and slitherd out over the mud on a falling tide checking the depth with the boat hook as I went. The ...
The forecast for the next week is very unsettled and windy so rather reluctantly we decided to return to Rhyl. We slipped away from our pontoon in Deganwy at 08:30 and had the ebb tide to speed us out down the Conway channel. Very pleasant sail to Rhyl. More details may ...
... teacher). Both he and Sue spent some time using the package and decided they could do better. Between them they coded a software package to be used in the 1 school. From there teacher friends saw the effectiveness and simplicity of the software and decided they wanted it in their schools. Between them they thought well hang on "we could flog this" and so they did. Now they have a million dollar company with 16 employees and ...
... pass, but there seemed to be no end to the cloud cover! However, once we started going down the mountain again, it began clearing up, and we were left with some amazing views! It was easier to be able to look around as you are going down because you aren't as focused on where you are putting your feet and climbing as much. It was absolutely breathtaking!
The path that we took was next to the route that the Snowdon Mountain Railway takes. It is a train that goes up to ...
... closed my eyes and did it. You don't even go down a foot. It is basically just the give in the rope, and then you are slowly lowered back to the ground.
Then I decided to try out the 60 foot catwalk! I think for me climbing up the tree was the worst part about it. It was much higher, and so climbing up the rungs seems never ending. Once I was up on the catwalk though, the key was to not look down (even though I did before I stepped off). I was very ...