These are the days when I think we could keep doing this.... the torrential rain and grey Wales of yesterday cleared and we had the most beautiful day in Aberdaron as we cycled with 2 fascinating National Trust Rangers on a guided bike ride up to the summit of Mynydd Mawr for an amazing view over Bardsey Island and back towards Snowdonia. Then on to lunch in the sun on Whistling Sands beach before returning over to Aberdaron for ice-cream and an afternoon making...
Bob's Big Edventure
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Morning project work in Bob before heading to Swallow Falls in Betws-y-Coed. I personally think this waterfall is great but the children less so after comparing it to the spectacular waterfalls in Norway. A quick wander around the town and a nice cup of tea to keep out of the rain followed. The rain then got extremely heavy but luckily, I had booked "Bounce" at Blaenau Ffestiniog which is effectively a trampoline complex hidden underground in an old disused s...
We did a beach clean and between the family we got about 1400 pieces of litter! After that, we had a really nice rocky road and then had lunch at Dylan's, a really nice restaurant-with really nice food. Then we came back and had a lovely evening playing at the campsite. Words by Megan
Early start to make sure we made it to the 5k park run at the Conwy RSPB reserve. The route was great as had stunning views of Conwy Castle and the estuary. Due to it being so wet and cold we decided to treat ourselves to a bacon butty in the RSPB café after - well deserved! I spent the rest of the day showing the children where I grew up. Old house, primary school, high school, promenade and all the other delights Colwyn Bay has to offer. After lunch a...
We had decided to have a quiet morning on the campsite and then head out exploring this afternoon but a flat battery scuppered the plans and we spent the afternoon hiding out from the rain in Bob waiting for a mechanic. New battery sorted and we decided that we needed to get out even though it was still raining and hiked a couple of miles down the valley to the next village for dinner, burning it all off on the climb back to Bob!