Still walking the footpaths around Bettisfield i came across the building below and along the tree planted walkways around the grounds I came across the statue pictured on the right. After a chat with a lady walking nearby I learnt the building and grounds were a Buddhist retreat for women called Taraloka.
kennels pods and the prices quoted for the different groups must be for more than 1 Pod because how you could fit 3 adults or 2 adults and 3 children in there I no not.
The strange looking buildings on the right were located at a camping site next to Valle Crucis Abbey or at least the remains that date back to 1201. I will leave Jaq to do one of her picture blogs on the Abbey and will only say we spent a long time satisfying her love of the history in the UK.Camping Pods are what the Abbey Farm site calls them, "no need for a tent" they brag. Well I think they should change that to "bring your dog, no need for a kennel". I did take a picture through the glass to show you how small they are but the website HERE will show the tiny interior. The sleeping bags are the actual length of the
I wonder who Ivan was. His life of 61 years did i hope include a lot of boating. The memorial was on a rocky ledge on a tight bend (pic right) going in to Llangollen.