First of all, this is probably the greatest thing I've found so far: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4S6N_gQPYIM
Also, for lovers of OxiClean commercials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3xjq2r2aek
The weather in Wales is rainy, but nice. It's typically about 13 or 14 degrees Celsius which is equivalent to mid-high 50s/low 60s in Fahrenheit.
My friends and I went to an American diner, of all places. They were so shocked at the idea of bottomless coffee. I told them that in the States, that's just called "coffee." :)
The food was pretty good. And aside from eating french fries with mayo, it was pretty American!
They eat mayo with EVERYTHING in the UK. Mayo with their pizza, mayo with their french fries (which they call "chips"). And of course, they drink lots of tea. Below is a picture of what a British cup of tea looks like!! I told them it looked more like coffee to me, but it still tasted good!
Funny picture I had to include of one of my coworkers wearing my Michigan sweatshirt!!
This weekend, I went to Swansea, which is a city an hour west of Cardiff. Saw some pretty crazy things…. there was a giant heard of cattle blocking the road!!
This is a baby calf drinking its mother's milk…thought it was precious and had to snap a picture!
This is a picture of ruins of a castle at Three Cliffs (in the Gower).
Three Cliffs was beautiful. There was beach, ocean, mountains, a castle, and rolling hills with gorgeous flowers all in one place!
Loved the winding river in between the grassy areas and the beach!
Far away view of the Three Cliffs.
Up close view of the Three Cliffs.
Overall, Swansea was beautiful and I can't wait to explore more of Wales (hopefully) this weekend!!
Goodnight and here's to my third week in Cardiff...