Travel Blogs from Aberdovey
... up behind the pub with a view of the water. Once again the
locals were great and so welcoming and whilst the accommodation may be free in
these places we are not so sure we are saving any money but we are certainly
On from there today up the centre and out to the coast of
Wales to a place called Aberaeron where we stopped for several hours taking in
the sea views and walking through the village.
... I really can't. All I can say is that it reminded me of how much I love nature and how grateful I am to have the capability to see it in that way. On our last day, we drove to Chepstow and visited Tintern Abbey and Chepstow Castle. Both were stunning and it was a great way to end our trip. I truly adored Wales and I enjoyed it so much more than I ever expected to. I was able to do some self-thought while there and it was really the exact dose of medicine that I needed ...
... Laws had amused everybody in his set by bringing a dozen or so blokes on stage (yes, I was one) and instigating a spooning war so Matt asked us all to come back, removed his t-shirt and then launched himself into the air. We caught him and transported him across the path, over the fence and into the field. Hopefully it made his day.
Last year, Isy Suttie and Gavin Osborne performed Mach Attack. We didn’t go because we’d already booked something for the ...
... another on the guitar (ditto). It works. Very well. Star players were Nish Kumar who had a strong start and Josie Long who finished superbly when she finally got the idea about what she was supposed to do. Quite a lot of audience interaction and all in all a really good idea. Two shows will never be the same so this is one you could watch repeatedly.
This year there were Saturday night shows starting at 23:30. I don’t think they have been that late before. We chose ...
... He was embarking on the challenge of playing all 8 of the festival venues over the weekend, trying out lots of new material and then finishing with a flourish performing what was perhaps the last ever outing for his One-man Megamyth show, yet again as the festival closer. We’d got tickets for that too.
If you’re reading this and haven’t seen much live comedy before – perhaps you’re thinking of attending Mach in the future ...