Would anyone like to have a holiday in Wales...

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Harry Hayfield
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Location: Llanrhystud, Ceredigion, Wales

Would anyone like to have a holiday in Wales...

Post by Harry Hayfield » Thu Nov 01, 2018 8:00 am

...and help me train at the same time?

As you know I am a registered carer for my grandparents and in recent months the care I give to them has increased from part time (getting cups of teas and errands) to full time (helping them dress, do shopping trips, being woken up at night to do things) and as such I am sorry to state I have no real free time in order to go to the gym. However, having spoken to a friend of mine from Canada, and using some estimates of my own, I believe there is a way around this and at the same time enable my friends from overseas to see what a wonderful area this is. Therefore, I would like to know if there is anyone who would like to spend a week's holiday in this area, where I would pay half of the accommodation costs for a suitable location that was both as near to me as it is the gym that I am a member of,, so that during the week's stay I would be able to, with them, go to the gym between 5.00am and 7.00am and train a different body part each day as well as get some useful advice along the way. Now, sadly, I am not made of that much money to be able to afford the cost of the flight to Wales (don't blame me, that's the fault of the UK government who impose a tax on inward flights but do not impose a tax on outward flights) or indeed on the journey from Cardiff Airport to here, but I would like to (if possible) be able to afford at least three people (one in June, one in July and one in August) as those are the three warmest months of the year. Therefore if this sounds like something that you would like to do, simply reply to this message with "I am interested", what sort of things you like to do besides going to the gym and what your maximum budget would be for accommodation and I will find out what there is on offer in this neck of the woods
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