Wavecrest Guest House
Travel Blogs from Barmouth
... lit up at night so we are
looking forward to that. The facilities
are staggering. Piped music, central
heating and you would swear you were in a 4 star hotel!
Tomorrow we start heading inland and back to England where
we will visit the dealer we purchased the van from and pick up a second gas
bottle as we have learnt they have a different system in France and we will
need to buy adaptors if we run out of gas.
Okay, so this time it is totally not my fault for taking 10,000 years to post; my laptop's trackpad is not working and the cursor is jumping around everywhere so I am typing this on my phone. SO much has went on since getting back from my midterm break but for this post, I will write about my trip to Wales and then make a separate one for the past few days a little later. I had a couple days to regenerate after getting back from Barcelona/Rome and then our group took ...
... pathetically in need of TLC) I got way too comfortable with the double bed, silk sheets, Kitchenett, free shampoo/conditioner/moisturiser/toothpa ste and flat screen t.v with a version of foxtel. All I needed was someone to cook for me. Wait! They did that too.. And my amazing full blown cooked breaky still makes me feel happy when I think about it. For the final day It was unusually hot so i bought a caftan and played at the beach until my train to Edinburgh arrived! ...
... 8211; and it was already 20 past! We scurried in and were relieved to find that they were not quite underway and even better we managed to find two seats together – there weren’t many empty and there were lots of people standing, too. We didn’t have long to wait, though.
What a show! Or to be honest, two shows. It ran on until about 00:50 despite an expected finish of 11 p.m. The first section was mainly a solo effort although he was supported ...
... 8217; to ask but the ones that Nish Kumar had to answer about his annoying personal habits sounded suspiciously like they might have been planted by his flatmate, Ed Gamble. The increasingly popular Joe Lycett was also involved. We had not booked to see his show because we'll catch it in June at our favourite comedy venue, the Hare & Hounds pub in Kings Heath, Birmingham.
A feature of the festival is creativity and they have developed a tradition of both holding ...