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Episodes 35 and 36 - Aberargie, Perth and Kinross; and Aberarth, Ceredigion

Episode 35 – Aberargie

We’re still in Scotland for our first visit today, returning to Perth and Kinross for the village of Aberargie. This is just four miles north-east of Abbots Deuglie, across the M90 motorway. 2,280 more words

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Ten days holiday in Cardigan bay, Ceredigion, Wales, Images of the River Teifi estuary

Today is our first full day back in County Kilkenny, Ireland, having just spent ten days staying with a close friend in Cardigan Wales, here are just a few of the images taken during the time spend in this wonderful part of the British isles….. 12 more words

Nigel Borrington

Caravan

We took a trip to Wales this week, driving up for my dad’s wedding. We stopped off at a few picturesque points along the way. The Honey Cafe in Abergavenny is a traditional stopping point for us. 305 more words

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Episodes 30 and 31 - Abdon, Shropshire and Aberaeron, Ceredigion

Abdon, Shropshire

Abdon in Shropshire is the shortest name of all the places we have visited so far. The village is in the west of England, far away from any major towns. 3,051 more words

England

Dragon Arts

Wales is renowned for its artistic genes. Artists and bards spring up everywhere. After all Aberystwyth boasts my son in law as a sculptor in residence. 100 more words

Local Colour

Made in Llandysul

Today I read an article “Made in Ebbw Vale”, written after the announcement that the Welsh Government would not financially back the Circuit of Wales and the writer is saying that this decision is very bad for the Ebbw Vale economy so maybe Ebbw Vale should make artisan things for themselves. 236 more words

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Memory and Place and Therapy

A close relative recently underwent some kind of therapy treatment during which she was hypnotized and led to return to a childhood memory that could have potentially had traumatizing effects. 78 more words