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  • 18 days to go - and counting!First entry to the blog to make sure Eryl can use it before we actually set off on our journey! Just seen Delyth off from an overnight visit - complete with her travel bag - ALREADY PACKE Posted by PenllynGirls in Sisters-on-tour2017 | May 23, 2017
  • Weekend in London!!!!!!!On Saturday morning we were all up very early catching the 5:47 am train from Cardiff to London Paddigton, On the train journey Em and I were sitting together and Carter, Mum and Dacu were sitting together. We all ate Posted by Smithys in European Adventure | May 21, 2017
  • Wales - April & May 2017 North Wales, two weeks at the end of April – start of May, warm and sunny every day and no rain. Impossible, or so we thought, no its true, we have just experienced it. So lucky. Wales is a country within Posted by MAd4travel in MAd4Travel | May 16, 2017
  • WetlandsTo get to the Wetlands Centre you had to follow the brown duck signs. When we got there the first thing we noticed was a bright pink plastic flamingo poking it's head over the fence surrounding the Centre. A plaque Posted by Smithys in European Adventure | May 8, 2017
  • Scarlets Game!!On Saturday night we were guests of friends of ours (Spencer and Owain Davies - AMCANU) at the game between the Llanelli Scarlets and the Swansea Ospreys. We were treated to a meal before the game and Emily and Posted by Smithys in European Adventure | May 8, 2017
  • Saint DavidsToday we went to Saint Davids Cathedral. Saint David is the Pantron Saint of wales so the cathedral was massive!!! It had a whole heap of stained glass windows, which looked really nice. There were some tombs of people that had been bishops Posted by Smithys in European Adventure | Apr 30, 2017
  • What is the difference During this week we have found a lot of things in wales different to in New Zealand. In wales there are lots of brick walls and double stores houses 🏡. In the last term of the year everyone has to sit national Posted by Smithys in European Adventure | Apr 29, 2017
  • A week in schoolDuring the last week it has been very busy. On Monday we started at Pwll Primary. We have got a really nice teacher Miss Webster, On Tuesday Emily started at glan y mor and is really enjoying it . On Posted by Smithys in European Adventure | Apr 28, 2017
  • Saint Fagan's Today we went to Saint Fagan's. We saw lots of different house's and buildings. All of the buildings there where either made from the real brick of the olden day houses, or the had been lifted from the ground and transferred to Posted by Smithys in European Adventure | Apr 19, 2017
  • ArrivedWe have arrived safely in wales and are alright after the big long haul. We took many photos in Singapore because we did heaps of cool things in the airport. We went to the butterfly garden and one landed on Emily's head Posted by Smithys in European Adventure | Apr 19, 2017
  • Beached WalesWe departed Barry on Monday morning, and tootled off through Swansea and on to Rhossili. Wow. Wales does beaches very, very, very well. We walked to Worm’s Head and laughed at the group of school kids jumping Posted by Buccas in 2016 - The Year of the Nink | Oct 13, 2016
  • An immense weekend in BarrySo it was farewell to Cornwall and hello to Wales – after enduring peak hour traffic and paying six pounds and sixty pence for the sheer pleasure of driving across a big fancy bridge and entering another country. We Posted by Buccas in 2016 - The Year of the Nink | Oct 11, 2016
  • Let's go homeThe next morning I’m up first and check outside the lodge for any sign of rabbits. There aren’t and I let Milo off our gated decking to do what dogs do first thing in a morning. Apparently Milo and I Posted by mickyt in Us and our Jack in Wales | Aug 27, 2016
  • Elan valley walkFriday morning is clear blue skies and sunshine and we start the day with a walk along and over the river. Milo is strictly on his lead and Jo refuses to walk on the bridge at the same time as Posted by mickyt in Us and our Jack in Wales | Aug 27, 2016
  • the curious incident of the face and the wall in the nightThe lodge bedroom is not dissimilar to that of a static caravan. Just enough room for a double bed and a wardrobe. Not quite as much room around the bed as we enjoy at home. I semi wake at stupid Posted by mickyt in Us and our Jack in Wales | Aug 27, 2016
  • A nice dinnerThe lodge park is in the grounds of, and just across the river from, an old manor house, now a hotel and restaurant. On our afternoon walk, Milo secured by halty and lead at all times, we did a recce Posted by mickyt in Us and our Jack in Wales | Aug 27, 2016
  • and they're offWildlife surrounds us. Birds are singing and there are rabbits everywhere. No, I mean there are rabbits everywhere. Milo pricks his ears up at the mention of the ‘r’ word. There are rabbits by the river, rabbits on the grass Posted by mickyt in Us and our Jack in Wales | Aug 27, 2016
  • The JourneyWell, it was quite a journey to mid-Wales from Lancaster. In mileage terms it’s not that great a distance but with a stop for lunch and a couple of dog and dad stops along the way, it took the biggest Posted by mickyt in Us and our Jack in Wales | Aug 27, 2016
  • Wales===Wales Cymru=== We were really excited to finally get the chance to visit Wales over a long weekend. Catching the National Express coach from the city centre was not only easy, but really cheap - £15 each return. We Posted by Tiki Touring in Tiki Touring | Aug 9, 2016
  • Day 21 Llanberis, Wales – Llangollen, WalesBreakfast at our hotel was a little disappointing. There was a bus load of tourists there and it was like a food fest. We decided to just have cereal and toast rather than risk losing an arm. Check out bought Posted by gpric6 in Scandinavia, Russia and Great Britain | Aug 3, 2016
  • Day 20 Llanelli, Wales – Llanberis, WalesParking at the Travel Lodge was free overnight as long as we were gone by 8am. I am so over having to pay for parking. So we were on the road by 7.30 and headed further west via a lovely Posted by gpric6 in Scandinavia, Russia and Great Britain | Aug 2, 2016
  • Day 19 Bath, England – Somewhere unexpected in WalesIt was amazing to find that we had slept in at our “New Fairmont” until 8.30. We went down for breakfast and I ordered my regulation two poached eggs and Ross ordered eggs benedict which weren’t really benedict as he Posted by gpric6 in Scandinavia, Russia and Great Britain | Aug 2, 2016
  • What do you Brecon?On Wednesday we left Cefn Coch Isaf feeling well-walked, well-fed and well up to date with the issues facing the good people of Wales. Even though we had spent the past four nights with an Australian and a Mancunian, Posted by Buccas in 2016 - The Year of the Nink | Jun 25, 2016
  • Aqueduct and ConwyHello on our final day in Wales. We travelled to Thomas Telford's famous Pontcysllte aqueduct the longest and highest in Britian. It was a quick stroll across and back again. The kids were most focused on the baby ducklings Posted by djssj in Here we go again! | Jun 23, 2016
  • Wandering in WalesWe are now the proud drivers of Hugo Spearmint, a gloriously toothpaste coloured Fiat 500, cunningly named after Hugo Speer (an actor who was in The Full Monty - thanks Vikki for the local reference). Hugo has two doors Posted by Buccas in 2016 - The Year of the Nink | Jun 23, 2016
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