Tir y Coed Country House
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... trucks driving past, views overlooking a village, miss covered lake views and bridges over waterfalls and rock walls. A certain pine forest amazed us as, looking in, the foliage was so dense that there was no light reaching the ground, just pitch black. The tips of tall pine trees were violently swaying in gigantic arcs with the wind, and yet stood as still as soldiers when Anne produced her phone for a video. We both decided that our walk took us back ...
... pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">After a brief but really useful stop over at the Info centre, we headed to our accommodation where our experiences of the Welsh again left us confused, being told, as if it were the most obvious thing in the world, that check-in wasn't until 3. We headed out on a walk instead, to Swallow Falls, which followed a river through mossy forests and paddocks of sheep in what was the second beautiful walk in as many days. We passed ...
... still lives on today.
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... at Purdue doing a bit of everything. I
already asked the library archives about the possibility of a job (because I
really need a second job) and nothing available but they are going to keep me
in mind if something opens up. There is also the Arthurian journal to consider
at Purdue. Crazy stuff plus looking for an apartment. I can’t believe it is
almost time for me to go to Purdue, the year went by SO fast.
Outside of school, ...
... up! Reaching Glyder Fach, the plateau of which is strewn with big boulders, we were welcomed with another great view.
Next we continued to Glyder Fawr, before making our descent down. We were now starting to lose light, and this shady side was covered in snow. Hmmm a precarious descent. Using some of Simons mountaineering skills, we managed very carefully to partially abseil across ...