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The Fire and Ice Ultra in Iceland is certainly a very special race. Not only for the challenge it will pose to those participating, but also for the incredible raw and extreme beauty of the Icelandic environment in which the event takes place.
This delightful 18C Farmhouse and its detached cottage La Cordonnerie, situated close to the medieval town of St Antonin-Noble-Val in the Department of the Tarn in France, comes with the sole use of a 6x12 m swimming pool set in a large and sunny garden and will offer comfortable holiday accommodation for 4 or more on a weekly and self-catering basis.
The Beacons Ultra will take place on Saturday 17th November within the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park. This latest offer from 'Likeys' threads its way through some of the best countryside the British Isles has to offer. The route is a real mix of picturesque canal towpath, ancient mining tram roads and high mountain passes.
Kadaltheeram Beach Resort in South India s a family run beach side accommodation completed in November 2005.
Its situation, in amongst the coconut trees, right next to the beach, and with a view overlooking the Arabian Sea makes it the ideal place for a relaxing and wonderful vacation.
The trust was formed for the benefit of the community of Hay-on-Wye, including those living within a ten mile radius of the Town Clock.
It provides financial assistance to persons wishing to undertake projects at home or abroad that will either advance their education or extend their professional expertise through voluntary work.
The Crown Inn was built in 1751, on the border of Wales, set in the shadow of the magnificent Black Mountains. In the centre of Longtown it was once one of seven pubs/cider houses and for many years was owned by West Country Breweries, Ltd., as a tied house. Set in the Olchon valley, just off Offas Dyke Pathway and in the middle of the Golden valley, it is the ideal place to stay and explore both England & Wales whilst getting a true feel for typical village life.
The magazine for the parishes of Hay-on-Wye, Llanigon and Capel-y-Ffin in the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon in Powys, Wales.
The riverside meadow, which for hundreds of years has been known locally as the Warren is accessed by the lane adjacent to Warren close to the west end of Hay. It is believed that this area in medieval times was used for the breeding of rabbits for food, hence its name. For many years has been used for walking, and recreation by the people of the town.
The photographs and pictures are intended to record the characters, buildings and events of a former way of life and provide a fascinating glimpse of Hay in years gone by.