Elise Harris
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Welsh Life - Museum
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Comments

  • Adi P
    Adi P 8 hours ago

    I've worked at Thoresby Colliery, what these museums won't give you is the true scale of travel to the coal face. The dust, the humidity, the heat, the noise, the airflow. You would literally have to battle to open some air doors. And let's not forget the camoradarie

  • Just Vin
    Just Vin 2 days ago

    Nice vid I love your enthusiasm and humour. Although Trellech seems to be named in welsh 'three stones' tre is a common prefix for settlements in Wales (and Cornwall) as possibly three houses were deemed the minimum before a place could be labeled an actual settlement. So it is more likely named 'settlement of the stones' and there may have been more standing stones and they were broken up for all the new houses that sprung up there. Trellech has a very interesting and troubled history being as it was in the Marches.

  • Rémi O. Lobry
    Rémi O. Lobry 9 days ago

    First ! (the one and only)

  • geovanni Ramirez
    geovanni Ramirez 14 days ago

    Se paso de verga la doña

  • Wolf_cutie 510
    Wolf_cutie 510 16 days ago

    Oh okay this is over

  • Brandon Lucia
    Brandon Lucia 17 days ago

    Just wear sunglasses when doing chroma key ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  • Amy Nelson
    Amy Nelson 18 days ago

    I never had boughten those wigs of Hannah Montana before cuz when I checked them out when I was a kid not even in my teens yet at that age at the time those wigs looked like they whernt going to fit me they looked like they could fit a 8 year old or younger

  • Celtic Owl
    Celtic Owl 19 days ago

    Ethnogenes are GREAT.

  • Celtic Owl
    Celtic Owl 19 days ago

    Ignore WeGene results, they're VERY bad at the moment for European ethnicity

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 18 days ago

      Yeah, a bit bad for European (though, I think, still better than the current Ancestry version.) I have a small percentage of unidentifiable DNA, though, so it helps with that. Sort of. Whether some or all of it is Native America, near east, far east or Polynesian/Melanesian seems debatable, but I have found genetic connections in Maori communities and a lot of Native American connections too, so who knows.

  • HdogD Dog
    HdogD Dog 20 days ago

    All you have to say about Newport is rubbish what about the Newport rise project

  • Rémi O. Lobry
    Rémi O. Lobry 20 days ago

    "spitting image" in France were called "les guignols de l'info" and it was on Canal+

  • Julieanne Dous
    Julieanne Dous 22 days ago

    Be the change you want to see in the world, sweetie.

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 23 days ago

    Cool and raining a lot here too.

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 27 days ago

    Sigh, missed another one.

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 26 days ago

      I think I need to do a survey to find the best time for these.

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad Month ago

    I can't wait for my new phone.

  • Cerys
    Cerys Month ago

    I've always wanted to go down to there but it's making the time and having the funds. I'd have likely to have gone by now were I living in the south x

    • Cerys
      Cerys Month ago

      @Elise Harris Save up and go next year for a weekend away. :-)

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris Month ago

      Getting and saying there might be an issue, but it is free to get into, so that's something.

  • Steve27775
    Steve27775 Month ago

    I keep meaning to go there, but never get around to it. Well worth a visit, I'm sure.

  • Luke Weatherill
    Luke Weatherill Month ago

    Live colin alone

  • Chris M
    Chris M Month ago

    I believe the Arthur Seat Dolls were a commemoration to the victims of Burke & Hare.

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris Month ago

      Yeah, a lot of people do, but they have downplayed that in the new information boards. I mentioned them in my 2012 Edinburgh show and there is another of my videos with more about them from about then.

  • thethegreenmachine

    Lolsy's pretty funny.

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad Month ago

    "That's just life" is such a realistic statement. I think it to myself every now and then. That and "patience is a virtue." Cow butts, marble steps and Power Rangers are eternal.

  • James Nicholls
    James Nicholls Month ago

    If 75% of your DNA is mainly found in East Wales and around the Welsh/English border in the not too distant past then that implies that you've pretty much got 49% Anglo-Saxon DNA and 49% native Briton DNA. Because the Anglo-Saxon armies came in to England through the East of England it took them far longer to colonise the west and unlike the Romans and the Normans the Anglo-Saxons settled in England in large numbers and didn't just have temporary troops stationed in England like the Normans and Romans did. There usually a bit of Scandinavian DNA in White Brits but not a lot as a lot of the Vikings who invaded Britain were Danish and therefore very similar to the Anglo-Saxons and the relatively few Norse invasions only really managed to make significant genetic changes in Orkney and small desolate parts of North East Scotland. A recent study showed people in Wales, Devon and Cornwall are around 2 times more likely to be Native Briton than Anglo-Saxon whereas the people of East Anglia are around 3 times more likely to be Anglo-Saxon than Native Briton so because 75% of your DNA is concentrated around the Welsh border with the majority of the rest being in area's where Anglo-Saxons were dominant in the Dark Ages that implies you're roughly 49% Anglo-Saxon and 49% Native Briton. I hope you found this helpful.

    • James Nicholls
      James Nicholls Month ago

      ​@Elise Harris I never knew that about Ancestry, thanks for informing me of that. When I predicted what percentage you were of distinct ethnicities I assumed Living DNA used white Britons from a relatively recent time period such as for example the 1920s or 1930's before mass immigration to Britain took place because of course it would be difficult to provide a lot of samples of very early Medieval, ancient Britons and Anglo-Saxons for more accurate reference and if they took the samples of DNA from the regions in recent years then they would probably get it mixed up with a lot of Russian, Spanish, French, Italian etc DNA even if they only used the white population as the sample population of the British Isles due to recent mass immigration from Europe. So just to clear it up, I mean't the 'not too distant past' in my previous message to be of the white population in Britain of a time long after the Medieval period and therefore relatively close to our current time but before mass immigration to Britain. The recent study I told you about wasn't done that recent either, I think it was done in 2006 originally, focused on the white British population and it's on the 3 part video called 'Faces of Britain' with Neil Oliver as the presenter. I highly recommend that 3 part series, I thought it was amazing and seemed pretty non-biased and therefore probably more accurate to the truth. Here's a link to the first part ru-clip.com/video/eLV63ip7pdI/video.html the first part is about the origin of the native Britons and analyses the Welsh, Cornish and Devon DNA, the second part focuses on the East Anglians and the Anglo-Saxons and the third part focuses a bit on the Vikings and analyses Scottish DNA. I hope you enjoy the video and good luck!

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris Month ago

      The trouble is Ancestry has changed the way it reports ethnicity, so it only focuses on very recent migration - the sort you can already mostly map with censuses etc. That doesn't really help in any way. It has stopped reporting trace amounts. Other tests, looking at older DNA, are more interesting and useful. Living DNA is also focusing on very recent migration but is more useful. It also shows there is a small but significant non-British element. Even if it is not particularly specific (I think it is coming from a few disparate sources) whereas Ancestry has just lumped that in with the rest if it.

  • Rémi O. Lobry
    Rémi O. Lobry Month ago

    For she's a jolly good fellow For she's a jolly good fellow For she's a jolly good fellow And so say all of us And so say all of us And so say all of us

  • Micropewds!
    Micropewds! Month ago

    *Hellow*

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 2 months ago

    As always, I show up too late for the chat. According to me I was here before Steve, but not really. So sad. 😉

  • Larkvall
    Larkvall 2 months ago

    Did you ever get a part on Game of Thrones? Didn't you try out for a nude part?

    • Larkvall
      Larkvall 2 months ago

      @Elise Harris Oh that was the wife of 'Stannis the Mannis'!

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 2 months ago

      No. I applied for the role that Tara Fitzgerald ended up with. I didn't get as far as the audition stage. I don't think she was ever unclothed but I forget. She was not in it for long.

  • Minecraft Reporter
    Minecraft Reporter 2 months ago

    Are you friends with littlemisskit I saw your channel when I was on her channel

  • 22grena
    22grena 2 months ago

    Dont trust MyHeritage

  • robrobbins
    robrobbins 2 months ago

    I hope to see whales some day. Maybe a sperm whale.

  • David Evans
    David Evans 2 months ago

    HI Elise, Next time you're South of the River Plate. Do visit Battersea Power Station in September. A little Bird, The Battersea Bowman says you're off to the land of the deep fried Mars Bars, this Summer. So when you have fully rested. The Turbine Theatre, opens its doors on August the 22nd. In a railway arch conversion. If Paul Taylor-mills, artistic director is looking at hiring out the space for stand-up comedy nights between his main stuff. Then spread the word around Edinburgh International festival this year. With everyone knowing where Battersea Power Station is and good bus links over Chelsea Bridge, also. All the best for Edinburgh. From Dave (hes' got Jack Dee Syndrome) Evans.

  • Rémi O. Lobry
    Rémi O. Lobry 2 months ago

    As we all have ancestors we all share them the further back we go. 2 parents, 4 grandparents, 8 great-great grandparents, then 16, then 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096... Then we reach a point where we have more ancestors than there were people living on the planet. Remember it started with only two people : Adam & Eve. I love your videos, you are so soft spoken.

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 2 months ago

    I get notifications every single time. That's me you were talking about! I don't think I've seen Wicker Man, though it seems familiar. I've seen so many Nicholas Cage movies...

  • phlewis86
    phlewis86 2 months ago

    Do you have such a wonderful voice

    • phlewis86
      phlewis86 2 months ago

      I love your voice

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 2 months ago

      Thank you. Or is it a question, in which case, maybe?

  • Larkvall
    Larkvall 2 months ago

    An English choir in a Welsh abbey?

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 2 months ago

      Abbey Dore is just over the border, in England. Grosmont is just about in Wales.

  • thethegreenmachine
    thethegreenmachine 2 months ago

    Nice place you have there, but it's probably time for a new roof.

  • EdEditz
    EdEditz 2 months ago

    I always wondered how a building made of rowt iron and glass could burn down, but you answered that question for me; it was made of wood instead of iron :)

    • EdEditz
      EdEditz 2 months ago

      @Elise Harris Oh okay. thanks. That glass must have looked weird :)

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 2 months ago

      Yes, but the glass and metal bits melted too because of the intense heat. The examples of glass left over, in the museum (I couldn't film inside), looked like something out of a volcano. There were a lot of wooden exhibitions too. It was a tinder box.

  • Liam Jude
    Liam Jude 2 months ago

    Make an updated wig video

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 2 months ago

    You looked a touch ghostly during this video, Elise. RU-clip has trouble doing things sometimes, too.

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 2 months ago

      Yes. And this one has been marked as unsuitable for advertisers too - I do not know why.

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 2 months ago

    Those columns were beautiful!

  • Blueisbluetube
    Blueisbluetube 2 months ago

    Really interesting but I had to fight against the music to hear what you, and especially your parents, were saying, which is far more ineresting than piped music...

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 2 months ago

      Thanks. I turned it down but then the editor went a bit wonky and reset it all. At a certain point, when it does that, I give up and just render it as it is!

    • Blueisbluetube
      Blueisbluetube 2 months ago

      @Elise Harris - the gentle harp stuff right at the start was lovely, so i like the concept, just maybe fade it for the spoken bits? Your production values are good though, v professsional results

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 2 months ago

      I was trying to do high production values on a budget. It sounded good through my tinny earphones but I tried it on a TV after it was made and yes, the music is a bit loud in places. I had a lot of trouble trying to edit this as the settings kept reverting.

  • Steve27775
    Steve27775 2 months ago

    Wikipedia says that there are 101 sheela-na-gig carvings in Ireland and 45 in Britain. I'm sure someone has tried to visit all of them. p.s. That article led me to the page on 'hunky punks', a Somerset-dialect word for grotesque carvings.

  • Nigel Sheppard
    Nigel Sheppard 2 months ago

    The Silurian is a geological period. The tribe you're referring to was the Silures or the Ysyllt.

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 2 months ago

      The geological period is based on the term for the tribe. Silurian Celts is a well-used term and Silurian is used to describe things pertaining to the Silures. Also, I was mostly making allusions to the Doctor Who creatures.

  • Rob42077
    Rob42077 3 months ago

    Please interpret this playfully no vitriol intended. You seem fun, smart and a total cutie Elise but you must be really really dumb and have zero intuition if you think anybody goes to space/has ever been to space. Space which is advertised as a conceptual vacuum is not only an un-empirical reification fallacy it also violates the second law of thermodynamics (entropy) therefore cannot exist. You cannot have gas pressure without a container that's what psi is. Russia vs America? Space race? lulz If you believe that i have a bridge i want to sell you. Ordo Ab Chao obvs dont be an NPC fascist Elise i cant believe you've never heard of god cop bad cop.? You really believe everything you see on the tv? jeez, Nixon would have loved you. aulis. om/investigation.htm moon landing hoax fully and empirically debunked by multiple PHD's worldwide You are being mind controlled by occultist nutcases and are in a scientism religion backed by zero empirical evidence based on 2 monumental F UP'S by Hipparchus 2BC and Huygens 17th century. You are not a spec in infinite space, euclidean planar geometry puts planets and stars a couple of thousand miles away and very small. Whereas you prefer to believe the mainstream religion that the closest star you can see with your unaided eye is 26 trillion miles away ??? Use your common sense how far is the moon /watch?v=M1kC3au8XRY savageplane. wordpress. om/2017/04/12/the-occult-roots-of-nasa-and-the-ongoing-fraud/ Please get out of Platos cave while you still can /watch?v=sl460Z9KGNg Star used to navigate to moon, but wait? we cant see stars in space? /watch?v=PtwVAlWYNkQ Staircase of disbelief /watch?v=IOZIPeJ_6uE&t=1s George Carlin /watch?v=0NZCcywZkq4 All the best Miss.

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 2 months ago

      Well, there are schools of thought proposing that everything is an illusion, or a hologram. We don't really exist.

  • thethegreenmachine
    thethegreenmachine 3 months ago

    I wonder how many times I've seen you get lost now :)

  • Larkvall
    Larkvall 3 months ago

    Hey. How is it going?

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 3 months ago

    I get notifications for every one of your videos! I’d be angry if I didn’t!

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 3 months ago

    Yes, computers are definitely not infallible. Humans still have their place.

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 3 months ago

    Cool park Elise! And I have heard of the Crystal Palace as well.

  • Steve27775
    Steve27775 3 months ago

    I haven't been there since childhood, but I remember those dinosaurs.

  • Rémi O. Lobry
    Rémi O. Lobry 3 months ago

    Dolphins are not "fish", they are mammals.

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 3 months ago

      See this bestiary.ca/beasts/beast284.htm the picture shows what medieval people thought dolphins looked like.

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 3 months ago

      I am aware.

  • Andrewshadowy
    Andrewshadowy 3 months ago

    Your a pretty lady and deserve a better tablet x

  • m001900
    m001900 3 months ago

    Emergency tax is easy to sort out over the phone. You are funny and cute, Elise. Keep up the great content.

  • Andrewshadowy
    Andrewshadowy 3 months ago

    I think it’s the park in Crystal Palace they have Dinosaurs

  • zed nes
    zed nes 3 months ago

    I dont think 1% of the world has it. Cz i have 1 on each hand.. and alot of people on ths comments section also have simian lines..

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 3 months ago

      Yes, because they have gone looking for content about simian lines. I have met people with them, but only a dozen at most and I have met hundreds and hundreds of people in my life.

  • kadjo jade
    kadjo jade 3 months ago

    I have a simian line in my left hand....but it seems a curse for me indeed

  • Marc Hijack
    Marc Hijack 3 months ago

    I have two...

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 3 months ago

    I just do it for the fun of it.

  • Wye Explorer
    Wye Explorer 3 months ago

    Good going in London Elise. RU-clip gatherings - gotta be good. Mark

  • Steve27775
    Steve27775 4 months ago

    Trump and Boris make quite a team. They both provoke the same questions: "Him? Really? Was there no-one else? What's happened to the world?"

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 3 months ago

      The world has gone mad today, to quote Cole Porter.

  • Mr Popo
    Mr Popo 4 months ago

    Yeet

    • Mr Popo
      Mr Popo 4 months ago

      Y'know its weird that I showed up on this for about 8 seconds before trying to evade the camera.

  • Mr Popo
    Mr Popo 4 months ago

    Yeet

  • Mr Popo
    Mr Popo 4 months ago

    Yeet

  • Mr Popo
    Mr Popo 4 months ago

    Yeet

  • Osama Bin Wheelie
    Osama Bin Wheelie 4 months ago

    Really is a shame about the Chartist mural

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 4 months ago

    That doesn't seem fair for the local residents who have been living there.

  • Lagerwelt
    Lagerwelt 4 months ago

    googling green screen green eyes brought me here. thanks.

  • Zara Biddappa
    Zara Biddappa 4 months ago

    I got North Indian South Indian but I got european as a trace region plz write back to me I have proof of european descent and dna but people are saying that it is nothing and it is dead anyway which hurts me plz write to me saying if it is true or is it fake?I feel like it is real cause my grandmom who has it goes to Europe and gets comments of Italian even my mom and I feel greek and I have some greek features and stuff and my hair isn't indian it is european and when I was a baby I was very fair

    • Zara Biddappa
      Zara Biddappa 4 months ago

      @Elise Harris Yup the branch I talked about that has greek dna is from my mom she says her grandmom's mom's father's some parent(Most likely male)father's father was greek but cause it is so little my dad's family thinks its from him cause every one in india thinks that they are greek which isn't true sure some Indians would have it but they aren't all greek the greeks who came to india were just like a thousand or so but not all married Indians some went back to Greece most were killed by punjabis and some only married Indians

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 4 months ago

      I think it could be real. Family trees have many branches and it can all get very complicated.

  • Koyahuga
    Koyahuga 4 months ago

    Apparently the tenement he was born and grew up in was demolished in the 60s

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 3 months ago

      Yes, it is no longer there. I need to go back this year to see what's there these days.

  • Midlandsgoat
    Midlandsgoat 4 months ago

    Hi Elise 👋

  • Connor Madeley
    Connor Madeley 4 months ago

    These DNA tests are a load of BS. I got 2% sub-saharan African from ancestryDNA and everything else was Britain & Ireland. Yet when I took livingDNA test, it came back as 100% great Britain. The truth is, anything under 3%, should not be taken as legitimate, unless it can be verified by Genealogical data. I very much doubt that we're mixed, as race mixing is only a very recent phenomenon, due to the advancement of transportation and of course, liberal philosophy.

    • Connor Madeley
      Connor Madeley 3 months ago

      @Elise Harris My mother's haplogroup was 'V'; which orginated in northern Iberia, and my father's was R1b; which orginated in North western Europe. And anything less than 5% is bullshit. There's been no African migrations to the British Isles, till recent decades, LoL.

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 3 months ago

      What were your haplogroups BTW?

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 3 months ago

      23 and Me does haplogroups. Also, haplogroups are only telling you where your father's father's father's etc and mother's mother's mother's etc lines came from. There are a lot of people in your family that won't be picked up by this. No one from your mother's father's side, your father's mother's side nor your grandfather's mother's or your mother's mother's father's side. Or anyone else from your family. If you are told you have some African DNA with an autosomal test it is probably a lot more recent than anything a haplogroup will give you.

    • Connor Madeley
      Connor Madeley 3 months ago

      @Elise Harris Not true. LivingDNA actually test your haplogroups, unlike the phony 23andme and ancestry.com, and both my mother's and father's haplogroups were European in origin.

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 3 months ago

      It is not a recent phenomenon. Every person in Britain can trace at least part of their ancestry to another country. Britain has always had commerce, migration etc. Ancestry had changed its algorithm and how it reports your DNA so your result might be different if you check again. They have s different sample set. Living DNA says I have almost 2 per cent non European. Living DNA is specifically looking for DNA it can mark as from a British region anyway, so it is looking for different things. Try uploading your results to GedMatch. There are several ancestry tests - they are all looking for different things and have different DNA samples as comparisons - choose the one you think reflects the ancestry you think you have. It all depends on what your DNA is being compared to.

  • Midlandsgoat
    Midlandsgoat 4 months ago

    You can scoff at the anatomically incorrect dinosaurs !

  • Midlandsgoat
    Midlandsgoat 4 months ago

    Why not take a trip to the Hornimans Museum while you are in that neck of the woods? (Crystal Palace)

  • mr settings
    mr settings 4 months ago

    Time has stoped still in Newport

  • Mad Monkee
    Mad Monkee 4 months ago

    lol, I have met all of these people.

  • Hannah ;/
    Hannah ;/ 4 months ago

    I live there, I’m a bit insulted

  • Rémi O. Lobry
    Rémi O. Lobry 4 months ago

    Ten green bottles hanging on the wall If one bottle should accidently fall There'll be nine green bottles hanging on the wall Nine green bottles hanging on the wall...

  • Steve27775
    Steve27775 4 months ago

    Brexiters apparently don't see the irony in voting for 73 UK MEPs to be part of the European Parliament. It undermines their whole point about the EU being a bunch of unelected bureaucrats imposing their strict rules on us. It's a democratic institution, which we gained a lot from being part of. Is it really an improvement to be on the outside with no influence whatsoever and having to crawl to the likes of Trump's America for their less-regulated food? Is that taking back control? It doesn't seem like it. And who's going to buy British Steel? China? Some days you don't know whether to laugh or cry.

  • winter july
    winter july 5 months ago

    how long does is take for the whole visit please

    • winter july
      winter july 5 months ago

      @Elise Harris very informative thanks

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 5 months ago

      A few hours, though it depends how many visitors they have as they can only have a certain amount of people on the tour at one time. There is the actual mine, a museum, an sbove-ground recreation of the pit with video etc and you can look around the above-ground buildings. Plus a gift shop and cafe, so you could stay all day if you wanted.

  • Clar Oibre
    Clar Oibre 5 months ago

    Very sad and offended by this, fat shaming and making an issue of disability. I don't think the problems were with the plane, I think the problems are with your moral compass..........

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 5 months ago

      That is not at all what I was doing. The person was tall too, and the seat was in no way adequate. She had asked to be upgraded and they refused. The airline should have had better seating and a better policy. As it was both of us were uncomfortable and it need not have been like that if the airline had been better equipped to deal with this. I think she had a perfect right to a proper seat that accommodated her needs, without paying any extras. Both of us should have been given seats that were not completely unsuitable.

  • MonicaTheMad
    MonicaTheMad 5 months ago

    Why has the Parliament not been in session?

    • MonicaTheMad
      MonicaTheMad 5 months ago

      @Just Maximum Publicity Ahh, politics.

    • Just Maximum Publicity
      Just Maximum Publicity 5 months ago

      Here we go: a green energy scheme that Arlene Foster set up during her time as Minister for Enterprise and Investment. The scheme was set to cost the taxpayer £490 million and there were allegations of corruption surrounding the scheme. Martin McGuinness asked Foster to step aside as First Minister while her involvement in the scheme was investigated, but she refused to step aside or resign and said that the voices calling for her resignation were those of misogynists and male chauvinists. Under the terms of the Northern Ireland power-sharing agreement known as the Good Friday Agreement, the First and deputy First Ministers are equal and, therefore, Foster could not remain in her post as First Minister. McGuinness's resignation caused a snap election to be held.

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 5 months ago

      Apparently, the two main parties argued and nobody has agreed to go there since.

  • Blueisbluetube
    Blueisbluetube 5 months ago

    I've been to Belfast.. airport. And then straight on the train elsewhere, so not even the outside of a GoT sound stage, so you've beaten me there :)

    • Blueisbluetube
      Blueisbluetube 5 months ago

      @Elise Harris you did good.. hope you manage to get back there to explore more

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 5 months ago

      That was almost all I got to see. If I hadn't been a proper tourist and gone on the bus ride just before I went back to the airport I would have seen nothing.

  • phlewis86
    phlewis86 5 months ago

    I’ve always wanted to visit Belfast. It seems like an amazing place

  • Ed Parnell
    Ed Parnell 5 months ago

    I done me some learnin' about that there Chepstow I did

  • Jamie Harris
    Jamie Harris 5 months ago

    I have the amazonian too

  • thethegreenmachine
    thethegreenmachine 5 months ago

    Is "wye" Welsh for "muddy"?

  • Blueisbluetube
    Blueisbluetube 5 months ago

    Lovely day out, there's a lot more castle left than I anticipated, rather you than me on the spiral staircases though! Great feat of stonework/engineering best admired from safely at the bottom :)

  • Rémi O. Lobry
    Rémi O. Lobry 5 months ago

    A warm kiss from your secret French lover

  • Steve27775
    Steve27775 5 months ago

    No love turnips here. But I quite like broccoli.

  • Steve27775
    Steve27775 5 months ago

    I'm very familiar with Chepstow. Been to plenty of events at the castle over the years. It's superb as a location for Shakespeare plays, but also good for live music events. However, I've never done the tour around it, so it was good to see.

  • Monkeys Of Syion
    Monkeys Of Syion 5 months ago

    Nigel Farage.he's being paid 15k a day for security that he probably hasn't got besides other expenses so yes there's a great future in it and and a fortune to be made if your corrupt and hold a cunning plan.

  • Steve the Love Turnip
    Steve the Love Turnip 5 months ago

    Have you seen Glenda Jackson in "King Lear"????

  • Steve the Love Turnip
    Steve the Love Turnip 5 months ago

    After 30 June 2020....everyday will be a bankers holiday for me. It's called retirement.

  • Wye Explorer
    Wye Explorer 5 months ago

    Good tour - I can see you just relish the heights. I enjoyed a unique view of the castle once with my twin brother Paul - we had been hiking and took a turn down a lane and ended up being invited into one of the gardens opposite the castle - I have some footage and some great photos. I shall have to visit proper now. Mark

    • Wye Explorer
      Wye Explorer 5 months ago

      @Elise Harris Well, it will be completed no doubt Elise. I will go this year at some point. Peace!

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 5 months ago

      I like the restoration - it was well done. It is a shame parts of the castle were closed because of it though. It is worth a visit.

  • thethegreenmachine
    thethegreenmachine 5 months ago

    That place needs a few vowels.

    • Elise Harris
      Elise Harris 5 months ago

      Heh. I only found out a few weeks ago that w and y are vowels in Welsh, which explains a lot.

  • Denzel 'My Niqqa' Washington

    *Door Hinge - Orange*

  • Rufus Bugg
    Rufus Bugg 5 months ago

    interesting how all the abandoned locations have been visited vandalised and broken after all these years

  • Rufus Bugg
    Rufus Bugg 5 months ago

    please subscribe to me im Benji

  • Rufus Bugg
    Rufus Bugg 5 months ago

    im the kid with specs

  • Monkeys Of Syion
    Monkeys Of Syion 5 months ago

    Good stuff.

  • Khan Bhai
    Khan Bhai 6 months ago

    Congratulations