20. Oct, 2018

It is not Christmas yet, but ...

you can already use the tree as Halloween (https://www.history.com/topics/halloween/history-of-halloween) decoration, if you like to. We have seen this tree on the photo yesterday in the Royal George in Pembroke (https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g552048-d3639343-Reviews-The_Royal_George_Pembroke-Pembroke_Pembrokeshire_Wales.html). 

A really typical Welsh pub with good food and a wide selection of beers. All without beer froth, what is an issue for Germans, used to carbonated draft beer with a really nice foam crown 🙂. But drink and eat, what the locals drink and eat, to have the full holiday experience, a great advice as we had a nice evening.

The tree had a dedicated place in the pub, possibly it is used during the whole year, just having different decorations depending on the current period (Easter, Halloween, Christmas, etc.). The weather is still much better than expected in Wales in October and will stay the same until we leave to Canterbury (https://www.canterbury.co.uk/) on Tuesday 👍. In the last two days we did see a lot of South Wales (http://www.visitwales.com/explore/south-wales), great places, harbours and beaches.

Some alternative links, when you are not on holiday in the moment 😉:

The primary ingredient for progress is optimism – the unwavering belief that something can be better drives the human race forward. Simon Sinek,          https://startwithwhy.com/inspire-your-people/?ref=mainNav