Monday was mainly the journey, and after depositing the girls (with strict instuctions for all teens all hands on deck to put the tent up - it was quite windy) we headed to the other side of the island, and indeed Holy Island and to Holyhead, where we had a B&B courtesy of the YH which had double booked us.
|Trefignath Burial Chambers. Near Morrisons!|
Tuesday was the most eventful day we can both remember!!!!
After a huge breakfast,leaving us both stuffed,we packed our bags and loaded to car, to head to the YH where we were staying for the second night. But the car wouldn't start. A call to the breakdown, and analysis then to a garage 10 miles away saw a new battery for Welnas car, us finally at the hostel and the weather deteriorated to dismal rain and wind. The whole of GB was swathed in sunshine, except for the top left hand bit of Wales (Anglesey) - in fact we could see the line of clouds over Snowdonia where the nice weather started!
|Welna enjoyed a cream tea with her morning coffee|
|One new style and one pre-holiday trim!|
|Welna on the old A5 by a Stanley Embankment Toll house|
|The ponds were almost like|
Monets Giverny garden
|On the old Roman bridge by the house with lily ponds|
|Llyn Cerrig Bach, 100-60BC|
|Track across a small estuary|
|Not the actual caddy....|
We laughed all the way back to the Hostel.
Wednesday was a little more sedate. We drove across Anglesey to Llanerchymedd, where we had seen a cycle route (Nico) and wanted to explore it, round Llyn Alaw. It was a shortish 15 miles or so, undulating and quite pretty scenery. We made it to the visitor centre, and back in time to pick the girls up from their camping.