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A Short Break in North WalesWhen we were given the all clear to travel again, we decided we would go on a short break within the UK and, as we had been planning a road trip through Wales and the South West before lockdown, we decided we would head to Wales and do at least a small part of our trip... We found a remote cottage (so we could still social distance!) on AirBnB, just outside the town of Abergele, which looked like the perfect place to spend a few days. We packed up the car and headed off for the 3.5 hour drive to North Wales. [caption id=attachment_4250 align=aligncenter width=2560] The remote cottage near Abergele where we stayed[/caption] The cottage was in a peaceful location, surrounded by fields and with an open view out towards the sea. We had taken all our food with us to avoid supermarkets and eating out and the cottage had everything we needed to cater for ourselves. My favourite part of the cottage, and the place I spent most of my time, was in the conservatory... it had great views and I enjoyed sitting there reading when we weren't out and about. [caption id=attachment_4257 align=aligncenter width=2560] The conservatory was my favourite place to sit[/caption] Our first trip out on Monday evening was down to Pensarn Beach, the closest beach to the cottage. We had a pleasant evening walk and I even considered having a paddle in the sea... well, until I saw that the shoreline was absolutely covered in jellyfish that is! The beach itself was nice but this is definitely not the prettiest part of Wales! [caption id=attachment_4251 align=aligncenter width=2560] Pensarn Beach[/caption] The next day we headed along the coast to the popular seaside resort of Llandudno. I haven't been to Llandudno since I was a small child so I didn't remember it at all. The traditional seafront is very picturesque and the road is lined with beautiful Victorian buildings. We enjoyed a long walk along the prom and the beach, had an ice cream and bought a few souvenirs. The town was reasonably busy, but nowhere near as busy as it would have been normally in July I suspect. On the way back to the car we picked up a few flat stones off the beach to paint when we got home... [caption id=attachment_4252 align=aligncenter width=2560] The Victorian seaside town of Llandudno was lovely[/caption] On the Wednesday we made an early start and made our way to Llanberis in Snowdonia in order to walk up Wales's highest mountain, Mount Snowdon. We hit the steep Llanberis path at 0730... it was a sunny start but the last hour of our ascent was spent battling ferocious winds and drizzle. [caption id=attachment_4255 align=aligncenter width=2560] The weather deteriorated the higher up Snowdon we got...[/caption] We reached the trig point and, as usually happens when we climb a mountain, we could see no further than two metres in front of us! But it was good to reach the top anyway - even if there wasn't a view! We dropped down from the trig point at the actual summit pretty quickly as it was fairly precarious standing up there in such strong winds... and then Freya declared that she was going to do her 50 press ups for her 50 press ups a day for 30 days challenge raising money for Leonard Cheshire right there on the top of Snowdon! Which she did - but she got some pretty funny looks, lol! [caption id=attachment_4256 align=aligncenter width=707] We made it to the trig point but couldn't see anything from the summit![/caption] The walk down was much easier and, as the weather at the top was so awful, we were glad to drop down and back into the sunshine! We stopped for a quick drink at a cafe on the way down, then head down the steep path back to the car. The walk up and down took us around 5 hours including a few food/drink stops and, despite the weather, it was an enjoyable day of walking! [caption id=attachment_4253 align=aligncenter width=2560] The walk down Snowdon was much easier than the walk up![/caption] Thursday we awoke to grey skies and rain... and it stayed that way all day (it is Wales after all!). So we enjoyed a chilled out day in the cottage. Then on Thursday evening it was time to pack everything ready to head home on Friday morning (we had to be out of the cottage by 1000). On Friday morning, decided to take the scenic route home and headed off through Snowdonia National Park, admiring the beautiful views as we drove along. We headed through Betws y Coed and stopped to admire the majestic Swallow Falls. Entry was £2 per person and we spent around 30 minutes there admiring the waterfall and taking photos. It's in a beautiful setting and the falls are bigger than I had expected - well worth a visit if you are in the area... and then we jumped back into the car for the journey home, stopping once for food en route. [caption id=attachment_4254 align=aligncenter width=2560] Swallow Falls is worth a visit[/caption] We had a relaxing 5 days in North Wales... there are lots of interesting places to visit in the area (although not everything had reopened when we were there). The weather wasn't great - it wasn't that warm and it was overcast a lot of the time, but it didn't stop us enjoying ourselves. It was just nice to finally get out of the house for a few days after four months of lockdown in England! Have you managed to get away yet? Let me know in the comments... Happy Travelling! Kate
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10 Awesome Hybrid Animals That Actually Exist10 Awesome Hybrid Animals That Actually Exist If you're new, Subscribe! → http://goo.gl/djmfuX Humans have been cross breeding animals for hundreds of years, whether it be to create an animal that produces more milk or yields more milk, of if it just happens by accident, the results are undeniably fascinating. Today we will be looking at 10 awesome hybrid animals that actually exits. Make sure you stay tuned until number one and let us know which of the two names it was given you prefer. Number 10. Zonkeys and Zedonks Also sometimes called Zebrass or Zenkeys, Zonkeys and Zedonks are basically the same animal, which is the offspring of a zebra and a donkey. The only difference is that Zonkeys come from a male zebra and a female donkey, while Zedonks come from a male donkey and a female zebra. These animals were originally bred by humans hundreds of years ago because of their lauded strength, stamina, and resistance to common equine diseases. But they only came to the general public’s attention back in the 1970’s when the Colchester Zoo accidentally bred some. Since then, these animals have become a popular tourist attraction and zoos around the world have continued to breed them. Although you can mostly see them in captivity, zedonks and zonkeys can also be found naturally in the wild, particularly where wild zebras and donkeys share the same territory. But because they are born sterile, they can’t reproduce in their own so seeing them out in the wild is pretty rare. Also, the steady loss of zebra habitat in the wild makes the possibility of wiled zedonks and zonkeys even rarer. Number 9. The Narluga Narlugas were first discovered in 1980 when an Inuit subsistence hunter named Jens Larsen killed three of them off the coast of Greenland. He was puzzled with his catch, as the three creatures shared some of the same characteristics as narwhals and beluga whales, but are clearly neither. Catching on to the significance of his find, he kept one of the skulls for scientists to study, just in case. He wasn’t wrong as in 1990, the skull finally caught the attention of scientist Mads Peter Heide- Jørgensen who specializes in marine mammals. With Larsen’s permission, he took it to the Greenland Fisheries Research Institute in Copenhagen for study. And after comparing it to the skulls of known belugas and narwhals, he suggested that it might have been a hybrid between the two species—a narluga. His hunch was confirmed by genetic studies, proving that the animal possesses half the genes of a beluga, and half that of the narwhal, but it’s mitochondrial DNA, which is solely taken from the mother, is a 100 percent narwhal. In naming hybrid animals like these, convention states that the first part of the name comes from the father, hence it should have been called the berwhal, but the name narluga stuck because it has been called that for years, plus it sounds better. Number 8. The Beefalo The Beefalo is an animal that is a cross between a bison and a domesticated cow. Unlike most of the hybrids on this list, they are born fertile and can live and thrive in the wild. This characteristic maybe the thing that makes this hybrid quite polarizing to people. But before we get into that, a little bit of history. Attempts to cross a bison with a domesticated cow go as far back as the 19 th century, but it was not until 1965 when the first fe5rtile beefalo was successfully bred. Beefalo were created for their meat, which was leaner and contained less cholesterol than beef, and also for their hardiness. One reason why they were bred was because of a particularly harsh winter which decimated most of that year’s livestock. The result was an animal that could survive the harshest of weather while providing better milk and, allegedly, more milk. On the downside, beefalo are slowly wiping out pure strains of the bison in the wild. Currently, scientists are hard pressed to find a pure vison, as most have already interbred with escaped beefalo. Native Americans have also reported about how devastating these animals can be to the natural habitat of the bison. As of this writing, there are about 600 wild beefalo out there, which doesn’t really sound that much but given the fact that the population increases by 50% every year, it’s not hard to see that their numbers will soon grow to alarming proportions. Top 5 Best is the #1 place for all your heart warming stories about amazing people that will inspire you everyday. Make sure to subscribe and never miss a single video! Leave a like for more shark tank, pawn stars, dr. phil, and other tv show business content. On Top 5 Best, we like to help you in mindset productivity, whether it's how to make more money videos, or going over the biggest mansions in the world, we show everything here! Make sure to subscribe for more amazing videos everyday! family friendly pg clean #viralstory #amazingpeople #top5best
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