Posted by sean on January 1, 2011 at 11:08 am in Bath City with No Comments

The title of this blog may look like I am typing random letters on the keyboard, but it is actually written in Welsh, which is a language spoken by some people who live in a country called Wales.

The reason I am typing in this strange, obscure language is because I am visiting the country twice across the next three days – both of which to watch Bath City. Firstly today, when I make the relatively short trip to Newport and again two days later when I go to Wrexham. I don’t think Bath City will ever get to travel to Barcelona or Madrid, so the two trips abroad to Wales will have to do.

I was tempted to make it three trips to the country in four days, as Leeds are also visiting Wales to play Cardiff City on Tuesday. However, Leeds and Cardiff don’t get on very well and I would rather not be a murder witness/victim/convict.

Oh, and to find out what the title of this blog means, ask a whale… or simply Google it.

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