Since we were one day ahead of schedule we decided to spend two nights at the Nant Ddu hotel. Jonís knee was somewhat better and he and Tim were very keen to climb Pen Y Fan, which is the highest mountain in the Brecon Beacons. When we started out it was sunny and we had a great laugh with Marion and David, who came along to provide moral support. Climbing Pen-Y-Fan turned out to be a walk in the park compared to our experiences in North Wales and without our backpacks we didnít even get out of breath. As usual the weather closed in on us once we got to the top and it became cold, foggy, windy and wet!


view of somewhere in Wales


having a laugh and a short break


I'm not 100% sure what that is a view of


Pen Y Fan


view from Pen Y Fan or Corn DŻ


a cloud closing in making everything colder


after 13 days of walking and cycling we've finally reached the top of the Beacons, Pen Y Fan


David was just in the process of telling me, my green "cheese and onion" crisp packet that was stuffed up my sleeve would be in the photo, when I took this photo.


Corn DŻ from Pen Y Fan


we walk off leaving Dad behind

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