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My Great Welsh Escape- A Hot Day’s Hike

07 Jan

Ian's TravelBlog Adventures!

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I’ve never been a great student. Most courses I’ve been on I have scraped through or failed. I dropped out of my Degree at Liverpool University and went into Childcare and Youthwork.

So when I went for an interview for a Media MA at Lampeter University in 2006, I took a walk the day before to try and figure out why I was going for it.

Lampeter is a small town settled snugly at the bottom of the Cambrian mountain range in Wales, not far from Cardigan Bay.

It was the hottest day of the year, so took a Medium-sized bottle of water and a few snacks. I headed up a quiet country lane, keeping to the treeline as much as possible. It ran parallel to the River Teifi, so it was nice to hear it burbling away as I walked.

I did, somehow, get through my water…

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