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Went for a cycle today - the Rheidol trail. Gave up half way though as it started sunny but got miserable. Still, it’s a nice route & not so hilly [which is a major consideration in Wales].

Went for a cycle today - the Rheidol trail. Gave up half way though as it started sunny but got miserable. Still, it’s a nice route & not so hilly [which is a major consideration in Wales].



I went for a cycle since it would be a shame to waste such a lovely day, happened to be in the area of the house we’re hopefully getting so I took a photo.
It’s probably not your average student place, as it’s effectively a little house in the Welsh countryside [where in Wales isn’t in the countryside, for that matter], but it’s looking really good. It’s got a spacious living room & kitchen, & two decent sized attic rooms - going to be good to have an attic room again. Looking forward to it!

I went for a cycle since it would be a shame to waste such a lovely day, happened to be in the area of the house we’re hopefully getting so I took a photo.

It’s probably not your average student place, as it’s effectively a little house in the Welsh countryside [where in Wales isn’t in the countryside, for that matter], but it’s looking really good. It’s got a spacious living room & kitchen, & two decent sized attic rooms - going to be good to have an attic room again. Looking forward to it!







The path got a bit steep & the path got a bit thin & the path got a bit windy.

Still, I survived [though my pictures didn’t, my word my lenses are filthy].




I’m sure you’d forgive me for overblogging today if you’d also spent sixteen hours on trains in the last two days. Though really, you don’t need quite that much empathy, as I’m on a bus now instead. Apparently the train conked out somewhere so this is the alternative. 

One minus is that I can’t read my book due to the darkness. I can, however, listen to some very Welsh people conversing & that is equitable entertainment.

I’m sure you’d forgive me for overblogging today if you’d also spent sixteen hours on trains in the last two days. Though really, you don’t need quite that much empathy, as I’m on a bus now instead. Apparently the train conked out somewhere so this is the alternative.

One minus is that I can’t read my book due to the darkness. I can, however, listen to some very Welsh people conversing & that is equitable entertainment.