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... by mistake!) and then, after another lunch break, there was considerably more scrambling (Grade 1) on the way up Y Lliwedd. Coming down Lliwedd was somewhat harder and steeper than some of us could remember, but we were down by Llyn Llydaw by the time the serious rain began. From there it's an easy walk back to Pen y Pass and some hot drinks in the cafe while waiting for the bus back to Llanberis. A fairly long day in testing conditions - so much so in ...
... note is unconfirmed Russian deaths on the north side of Everest.
After the Chinese invaded Tibet and took control of the region, they enacted strict travel restrictions against westerners. The Chinese government, however, did allow some Russian ...
It is raining so hard even the sheep have umbrellas. Gordon and I managed 5 hours on the mountain today. Unfortunately low cloud made it impossible to get to the summit but we had a useful session. I found out that so called waterproof clothing supplied to the trekking fraternity is pretty poor. My fly fishing gear is far ...
... roundabout as we had to take four trains to get to Britt's aunt's house. Our full train itinerary was as follows:
12:32 leave Holyhead
Get on the Maesteg train for Chester
Arrive at 14:14
14:35 leave Chester
Get on the London Euston train for Milton Keynes Central Station
Arrive at 16:01
16:13 leave Milton Keynes Central Station
Get on the East Croydon train for East Croyden
Arrive at ...
... and interesting features like latrines.
After Stokesay we visited Jenny and John, our distant relatives in Wales. Warm and inviting we spent some time discussing our family tree and sharing photos. We said farewell knowing we would see them on the ferry the next day.
On to Holyhead. Yucky accommodation and the worst Chinese food ever. We have no urge to ever stay in Holyhead ...