Ok everyone, when you look at all the pictures in the 3 latest photo albums you will see there are no titles to anything. Sorry, there were too many pictures to name them all but I promise to explain them all when I get home!! First of all, as the title of the album states, my trip to Wales was the most amazing experience of my life. I have never seen such a beautiful place in all my life, in any painting, or photograph. If I never make it back to London, I will be ok, but I HAVE to go back to this place!!! First of all the place we stayed at was the same place we did all our activities at and ate at. They picked us up from the train station and we ate as soon as we got there. The portions were huge, the food was delicious and HOME COOKED!! Plus, we got huge desserts, and they always had coffee and tea and snacks available whenever we wanted them. All 9 of us girls stayed in the same room with bunk beds, but it was a really good group that went and we all completely enjoyed each other's company. Anyway, the bathrooms were down a long hall, and each stall was a room to itself with it's own toilet, shower and sink. So, when you used the bathroom, you had it all to yourself. They were very private, clean and brand new!! So, just going there to hang out would have been great in itself, but we had 3 activities, kayaking, coasteering, and hiking!! The Kayaking was really cool. Similar to rafting but I think I liked it better!! We saw a seal, and some beautiful scenery and went inside a couple caves. It was so cold we could see our breath in the caves!! But the water was crystal clear you could see straight down, it was cool. Coasteering was the most amazing thing. I'm glad I had some experience rock climbing because it definately came in handy. We climbed the rocks, got a few scrapes and bruises but it was well worth it because when we got to the top...we got to jump in!! The highest I jumped was only about 25 feet but that was plenty for me!! haha. Anyway, we did a lot of swimming too so it was nice to have the wet suit. Then hiking....it was pretty hard but it was well worth it. It offered views we never would have gotten anywhere else. Sunday morning, no one wanted to come back to London and now that I'm back I'm kind of sad. It was really cool to see all the farm land, cows and sheep grazing in the pastures then all of a sudden it drops off to a cliff and you have sea. I hope you all enjoy the pictures although it doesn't do any of it justice. I will be posting more pictures of myself that Brad took with his camera as soon as he gets them developed so check back for a part 4!!!!!!!!!!!!!!