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15 travelers at this place:

  • Day5

    Driving through Wales

    July 8 in the United Kingdom

    We left Devon and headed off up into Wales. The country side is so beautiful around here and you notice the difference in traffic volume as soon as you cross the bridge. We're staying at a great park in the middle of nowhere with so very friendly people whom you can't understand. A nod and a smile and a "arrhh" seems to work though .... we must be in pirate country.Read more

  • Day15

    Woodlands Caravan Park

    October 7, 2017 in the United Kingdom

    Im Woodlands Caravan Park werden wir sehr freundlich empfangen und die Campingwartin erklärt uns freundlich den Platz. Als wir die Waschanlagen besichtigen, können wir es kaum glauben, alles so gross und sauber wie in einem 5* Hotel. So saubere und grosse Waschanlagen haben wir bis jetzt noch nie gesehen. Überhaupt der gesamte Platz ist sehr schön angelegt und gepflegt.

    Camping: http://woodlandsdevilsbridge.co.uk/
    Bemerkungen: sehr freundlicher Empfang, wunderschön gelegen, schönste und grösste Waschanlagen die wir bis jetzt gesehen haben
    Wetter: Mix aus Sonne und Regen
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  • Day12


    May 14 in the United Kingdom

    Endlich um ca 24 Uhr am Zeltplatz angekommen.
    In absoluter Dunkelheit müssten wir dann nun unser Zelt aufbauen. An einem Hang!
    Glücklicher Weise gab es noch einen Grill, der an war, so konnten wir wenigstens noch etwas essen.

    Die Nacht war klar, so dass wir den Sternenhimmel sehen konnten. Und ich bin ehrlich - so viele Sterne habe ich noch nirgendwo gesehen. Echt schön.
    Heute geht es Richtung Liverpool und in eine Werkstatt wegen der Antriebswelle.

    Bis später
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  • Day6

    A little further afield.

    August 16 in the United Kingdom

    Nice bright morning, postive weather forecast. First port of call was Strumble Head & the lighthouse. Part coastal walk, part literary inspiration. Again no prizes for guessing which goes with whom. Unsurpringly, though it did surprise, on this exposed peninsula it was rather blowy, to the point that while it was sunny it was also a little chilly. Disappointingly we couldn't go upto the lighthouse, though the gate was open. Lots of warnings etc. The walk was suitably dramatic - clifftops & purple heather with crashing waves. The chill cut short the walk a little along with hunger pangs. Headed upto St Dogmaels - good chippy - and then onto Poppit Sands. Chips on the beach except the wind hadn't really died down so finding a sheltered spot was fairly important otherwise we'd have had flying chips.
    Bit of a hike to find a patch of unpopulated dunes. Enjoyed watching various badly trained dogs ignoring their owners. Couldn't quiet brave the winds & take a dip - paddle had to do - going soft. Ice cream / balckberries before heading back & realising fully that my body can't deal with really fatty foods. Upto bed to try & sleep it off. Just about managed it before sunset.
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  • Day59

    A day at the beach

    June 6 in the United Kingdom

    Today dawned fine and sunny so we headed of for a day at the beach at Aberystwyth in Wales. This is about a 70 mile drive so we packed our picnic lunch and hit the road. The route is mostly on minor roads and is a nice drive through the Wye Valley The country side and towns change as you drive into Wales (also the signs which are Welsh and English). After a two hour drive we arrived in Aberystwyth. It is a very pleasant seaside town in the old style. The beaches are a mixture of round stones and coarse sand. We had a good walk around the promenade and town and then headed home. We took a different route back to see some more countryside. It was a good choice. We started by heading to a place called Devils Bridge Falls. This is a chasm with waterfall. It was a bit late in the day to walk down into the chasm so we just looked from the bridge. The route from there took us through the Elan Valley. As we progressed the trees disappeared and we were presented with a wild green landscape dotted with sheep grazing on the open range. The road got narrower until it was only one car width and the scenery got more and more spectacular. Quite a drive. It took a good hour to drive the 20 miles or so of the valley.
    From there we carried on to the market town of Prestiegne where we stopped for a break. From there it was a 45 minute drive home.
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  • Day5


    January 12, 2017 in the United Kingdom

    Turned up in readiness for Care Council training session at the university tomorrow. Phoned Selwyn and Helen who I know from being in Uni here years ago and they happened to be in. Popped over for a cuppa and a catch-up, and they're letting me camp on their doorstep :)

  • Day1

    Aeron View Campsite

    January 5 in the United Kingdom

    This is where we stayed. We were the only people mad enough to be out camping at this time of year. 1dec C overnight. Quite cold in the morning. Nick, the owner, feeds the kites at 15:00hrs in the winter. Missed most of the ones I wanted to photograph! Mad no tailed red kite, looked like a bat!

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County of Ceredigion, Ceredigion, CGN

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