Yes, it’s back to the weightless reports for a few days as I declined to take the scale to Wales with me. After a relaxed morning (croissants may have been involved at some point), and a light lunch, my brother and I set off for West Wales, in particular St David’s, where you’ll find the largest cathedral in Wales in what is apparently Britain’s smallest city:
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After dropping our bags at the City Inn, we walked the short distance to the cathedral, and after I’d taken a few photos, we went in where we briefly saw our brother before he started his rehearsal for tomorrow. And in the interests of suspense and mystery, I won’t tell you what he was rehearsing for until tomorrow. Bet you can’t wait.
We had a bit of a look around, and I concluded that a proper return visit when I’ll pay the nominal fee for a photography permit and spend a while with my camera will be in order. I had a bit of a wander while Geoff had a sit down before we got together again:
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At this point a nice sit down in the beer garden of the Bishops seemed like a very good idea. Geoff had the usual Guinness and I had a Double Dragon from the Felinfoel Brewery, which was a nicely refreshing pint. We were so refreshed that we had a second round while enjoying the weather before returning to the City Inn.
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Once back at our lodgings, it was time to eat. I couldn’t resist the deep-fried brie wedges as a starter, while Geoff had the Thai fishcakes. For mains, I had an excellent steak and ale pie (tender meat, rich gravy, outrageous mounds of puff pastry) with chips and peas, while Geoff had a cheeseburger. Any suggestion that Geoff had another Guinness while I had a couple of small glasses of Pinot Grigio will be unconvincingly denied.
Stay tuned for another exciting report tomorrow
 Hi Geoff
 It’s a city because it has a cathedral, which used to be the only way a place could be called that. These days, they dish out royal charters all over the place….
 Hi Steve
 Yes, there are three of us, but we’re rarely all together as this is considered dangerous to everyone else