Shall backtrack to continue my posting. Day 14 was filled with just as much activity and of course, walking. We took a walk to the Hilton Hotel bus stop, but this time strolling by Bute Park rather than the outside streets. It was a really chilly day, and the grass had a blanket of ice covering it!
Continuing, we had a yummy chicken lunch at Nando’s, ice cream at a creamery nearby, and then took the Baycar back to town where we managed to catch the 14.40 bus to St Fagan’s Museum of Welsh Life.
Among the first things we saw once we exited the museum shop to enter into the museum was
eine Braun Kuh. It was happily chewing and chewing grass. Is it a brown cow with white patches or a white cow with brown patches? (;
Walking on, we came to a red house that was a farm house.
Look, I fit through the door perfectly without bumping my head! Ohh, and in case you’re wondering where that lovely black trench coat on me came from, it was a belated 21st present from my visiting friend (: It’s faux leather with fur inside. Really really gorgeous. But it makes me look stuffed up though =P
There’s Noah’s ark on the top, and the story of the cruxifiction below it.
and that’s Jesus getting the donkey, riding in on Passover, and then the Last Supper.
And here’s one more of all the saints. My friend said that it’s the easiest way to spread a religion, especially since “a picture paints a thousand words”. It therefore transcends language (:
Nothing much else, except more farm houses, little pottery shops and lush greenery which would look good in real life but boring in pictures.
Headed back for the day. I was beginning to get an inflammation in my left lymph node, and both of us were tired from all that walking. We caught the 1705 bus back and by the time we walked back to Severn Point, it was about 1900. I can’t even remember if we had dinner, I think I cleaned up and went straight to bed.