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All along the supple river: following the Ystwyth to the sea

ystwyth (Welsh) adjective:  supple, flexible, pliable

The harbour at Aberystwyth on the west coast of Wales holds the confluence of two rivers. One of these, the Rheidol, is probably best known for the narrow-gauge steam railway that plies its length, once used to transport ore from mines in the valley but latterly employed in taking holiday makers on pleasure trips. 1,793 more words

History

SUP Wales

Welcome to SUP Wales a Stand Up Paddling School run by Marc Evans (thats me!) A level Two ASI Open Water SUP Instructor.

I’ll be running guided tours on the beautiful waterways of the Rivers Teifi, Towy and along the Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire coastline. 16 more words

Carmarthen

New Approaches at Ceredigion Museum

Last weekend we held a ‘breaking the turf’ party (or more breaking the concrete) for the start of work extending Ceredigion Museum into the old pharmacy building next door to the Coliseum where the museum is based. 1,008 more words

Llangrannog Is Pretty But Unpronounceable

So when you are a silly English person like me, Llangrannog, which is a quaint little village in Wales, is really bloody hard to say. We spent four days there and I think I must have said it in at least 15 different ways over the course of the holiday. 247 more words

Adventures

Aberaeron, Wales

Summer isn’t over yet. Really. You’re not just wishing and hoping for the warm weather to stick around. The calendar actually shows that there’s more than a week left of your favorite season. 428 more words

Europe

Cannon

In a Welsh High Street
tucked away in a corner
a Russian cannon

Haiku