|Boat Inn cider stop|
|Prisk Wood on Puddingstone walk|
The following day we decided to explore towns in the area. We also needed to catch up on comms so found a cafe with wifi. There's not a lot for vegans or vegetarians listed on happycow.net (vegan website) so we decided to self cater from the second night on. Just because we have a limited diet does not mean there isn't good food for other people. There is a food
The GPS went berserk en route to the yat and took us down a steep and narrow road. So narrow we had
On our third day in the area, we checked out of hostel and set off to do Angidy River Walk and see Tintern Abbey. I don't know why I expected to see an Abbey. I guess because it wasn't described as a ruin. Which it is. Tintern is an ex abbey. Apparently King Henry VIII dissolved abbeys, priories and monasteries between 1536 to 1541. He removed roofs, helped himself to valuables and destroyed beautiful and historical buildings. Not very nice of him if you ask me. No different from some current despots.
Angidy Trail takes in an old wire factory and meaders
|Wire smelting on Angidy walk|
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