Monthly Archives: May 2012

A walking tour on the Clwydian Way

I had not heard of the Clwydian Range before I walked Offa’s Dyke path last year. It came as a very pleasant surprise towards the end of Offa’s to find these gently rolling hills with magnificent views. So, when a … Continue reading

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The most remote hostel in Wales? and moths

Ty’n Cornel is said by some to be the most remote hostel/bunkhouse in Wales. I am not sure of this claim but it certainly is set in remote, wild and beautiful countryside in an area called the Elenydd. To quote … Continue reading

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Swansea Bay, tarmac and sand dredging

Today was brisk, or bracing if you prefer. Mrs D and I took a walk between Swansea and Mumbles, dodging the showers. We ate a bargain lunch for two in Mumbles for £6.95! Not surprisingly the other clientele were of … Continue reading

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Age, guilt and equity

Before I start my rant, I thought you might like to view what I think is a nice “divine retribution” youtube clip; an example of age taking revenge inadvertently. Try and ignore the skate boarders; it is the next bit … Continue reading

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