Aled Rees a Dafydd Jones Cefn Gwlad


Aled Rees a Dafydd Jones

Ymweliad ag Aled Rees a Dafydd Jones yn ardal Aberystwyth ddaeth at ei gilydd i gymryd awenau Siop y Pethe. Dai Jones meets two friends who came together to run Siop y Pethe Abe...


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-There's a shop on a square

-in Aberystwyth that everyone knows.

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-It sells books

-and all kinds of Welsh goods.

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-Yes, Siop y Pethe.

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-The shop opened in 1968.

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-It was the first shop in Wales

-to sell Welsh books and records.

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-It was established

-by Gwilym and Megan Tudur.

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-They had the vision

-to open a shop...

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-..that would promote

-our culture here in Wales.

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-Recently, two friends

-have joined forces...

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-..to buy and run the shop.

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-They are two farmers' sons

-with pokers in several fires.

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-I'm keen to learn more

-about their venture.

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-I've been here many times,

-but not since it changed hands.

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-Aled Rees and Dafydd Jones.

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-That's a good name.

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-That's a good name, Dafydd Jones.

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-How are you, boys? How's business?

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-Yes, we've been very busy

-over the past 18 months.

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-People may be surprised

-that I know your names.

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-But I've grown up with your family

-in Llangwyryfon.

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-You were a vet with us for years.

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-I never thought I'd see you

-as the owner of a bookshop.

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-Neither did I.

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-Neither did I.

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-The most famous shop in Wales.

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-It's the oldest bookshop, I think.

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-We run a few businesses.

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-Between the two of us,

-we run six or seven businesses.

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-How did it come about...

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-..that you became owners

-of Siop y Pethe in Aberystwyth?

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-I'd looked into the idea

-of buying it myself.

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-I looked into a few other options.

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-Like a lot of stories,

-things developed.

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-I was sitting by a bar

-with Dafydd one night...

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-..and I told him

-how I'd looked into buying the shop.

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-I told him how I couldn't

-quite afford it myself...

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-..and he said,

-"I'll buy it with you."

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-Within half an hour,

-we'd shaken on it...

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-..and off we went to try to buy it.

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-We've had a lot of support

-to reopen the shop.

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-It helps that we're both

-from this community, in a way.

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-We both worked in the community,

-and Aled, obviously, is a local boy.

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-That has been a big help.

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-Aled grew up on Pencwm farm

-in Llangwyryfon...

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-..some five miles from Aberystwyth.

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-He's a successful businessman...

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-..running travel companies in Wales

-and across the world.

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-..while Dafydd is a director...

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-..at a successful veterinary surgery

-in Aberystwyth.

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-He's a Northwalian

-but was also raised on a farm.

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-He loves going home often

-to help out on that farm.

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-Well, John, Dafydd came down

-to Ceredigion as a very young man.

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-Yes, straight from college.

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-That was his first practice.

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-He settled well...

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-..in the area.

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-We're lucky to have a sea,

-like you have here.

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-Did he always want to be a vet,

-do you know?

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-Yes, he said so at a very young age.

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-He was hardly out of primary school.

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-He's said that was his ambition.

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-He took an interest

-in the animals here...

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-..if any of them were unwell.

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-Handy!

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-Yes, it was!

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-There's a practice

-in Chwilog, of course.

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-He helped there for years

-while he was at school.

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-He has two children now.

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-You feel better off

-when grandchildren come along.

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-Certainly.

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-They took their time coming,

-then four came almost at once.

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-Did they?

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-That's the type of job it is.

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-Once you start, it's hard to leave.

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-No wonder he became a vet,

-having grown up on a farm.

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-But where exactly is it?

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-We're in Eifionydd,

-on the border with Lleyn.

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-The village is Llanarmon,

-and the farm is called Bryn Rhydd.

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-It's halfway

-between Cricieth and Pwllheli.

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-You were fairly young

-when you left the area.

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-Yes, I was 18, and I went

-to college in Cambridge.

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-It is young, in a way.

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-A veterinary degree

-takes a few years.

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-Yes, I was there for six years.

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-Six years in college isn't all bad!

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-Avoiding work for six years!

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-Did you always want to be a vet?

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-Yes, I never really wanted

-to do anything else.

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-I feel lucky and privileged

-to do what I always wanted to do.

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-I don't remember

-wanting to do anything else.

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-My parents say

-that's what I always talked about.

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-The dream came true.

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-You came down to us Cardis

-early in life.

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-Straight from college.

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-You left for a bit, then came back.

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-Yes, we've settled in Aberystwyth

-and we're very happy there.

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-I've been back

-for about four years now.

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-We're very happy there.

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-Cardis aren't all that bad.

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-Cardis aren't all that bad.

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-No, no.

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-Yet, your wife is French.

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-From France, yes.

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-We met in New Zealand, oddly enough.

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-She agreed to come back to Wales...

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-..despite the rain, fair play.

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-She's learning Welsh.

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-She's learning Welsh.

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-Yes, for a few years now.

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-She's done the courses

-in Aberystwyth.

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-She speaks French with the children,

-so they can pick that up from her.

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-I speak Welsh with them, so we don't

-always understand each other!

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-Do you have any other interests?

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-I did before having children!

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-But time...

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-Yes, sports.

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-I played rugby for years.

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-I even played golf,

-but it's a matter of time now.

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-I enjoy spending time

-with the children.

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-By the time they've done what they

-want to, there isn't much time left!

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-But they enrich your own life

-and the lives of your parents.

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-The children

-are an integral part of life now.

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-Oh, yes, my parents love them...

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-..and, conversely, they think

-the world of Taid and Nain.

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-Macsen wakes up in the morning...

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-...and asks if he's seeing

-Taid and Nain that day.

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-They love each other.

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-As a vet, you're used to long days.

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-You were pulling a calf for me

-at half past eight last night.

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-It's not noon yet and we're here,

-by a river in the north.

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-Yes, you get used to it.

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-But it's the same for farmers.

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-You give yourself to the job...

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-..and the hours

-are sometimes beyond your control.

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-That's never worried me,

-within reason.

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-The work is always interesting.

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-Evening work, weekend work,

-pulling calves.

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-No two jobs are the same,

-so it's interesting.

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-Siop y Pethe

-is also home to another business.

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-Cambria Tours.

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-Aled runs the business

-on the third floor.

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-The company is going

-from strength to strength...

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-..and attracts the world to Wales.

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-We're at the top now.

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-Not quite!

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-There's one more floor.

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-It's high up here.

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-This is where you work,

-more or less.

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-I'm involved

-with all the businesses..

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-..but I probably spend more time

-with Cambria at the moment.

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-It's an important point

-to spend time on the business.

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-We work with a lot

-of tour operators abroad.

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-We have a lot of tourists

-from North America, Canada, Germany.

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-This year,

-I've been in Berlin, Shanghai.

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-I'm going to Los Angeles

-later in the year.

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-I'm meeting the companies

-who need...

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-..we say they need

-to bring more tourists to Wales.

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-It's important that we meet them

-and encourage them to come.

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-We still organize tours

-for local people within Wales.

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-We work with groups

-like Merched y Wawr, maybe...

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-..or the Urdd and the YFC

-to organize things for them.

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-I see these girls working here.

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-Are they here full-time?

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-Yes, we have Karolina,

-Gemma and Cerys.

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-They have language skills,

-which is crucial these days...

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-..given our target market.

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-Cerys speaks German,

-Gemma speaks French.

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-Karolina is from Lithuania

-and she speaks Russian and Polish.

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-And it's also true that you both

-have wives from abroad.

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-Two farmers sons with foreign wives

-running a Welsh bookshop!

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-Yes, it works well.

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-Aberystwyth is also home to Aled's

-other business, Tango Tours.

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-This is a convenient spot.

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-This is a convenient spot.

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-Yes, very convenient.

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-You can go in first.

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-He runs this business

-with his Argentinian wife.

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-She's a vital part of the company.

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-Hello, how are you?

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-Hello, are you OK?

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-I don't remember your name.

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-My name's Angeles.

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-My name's Angeles.

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-Angeles.

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-It's lovely to meet you.

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-Thank you.

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-You've married a very busy man.

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-You've married a very busy man.

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-I know!

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-I'm very proud of him.

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-He works very hard.

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-How do you say "I love you"

-in Spanish?

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-Te amo.

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-Ti amo.

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-Perfect.

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-That's not at all difficult.

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-Your children were born here.

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-What do you think of Wales?

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-Are you happy here?

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-Yes, I like the culture

-and the people.

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-"Diwylliant" - culture -

-is a big word.

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-You're doing very well.

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-You're doing very well.

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-Thank you.

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-Angeles keeps Patagonian

-traditions alive over here...

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-..by offering mate tea

-to anyone who enters the office.

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-Well, here we are.

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-Just like Patagonia!

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-Just like Patagonia!

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-Yes, here you are.

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-Mate.

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-Do you like this?

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-Are you familiar with it?

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-Are you familiar with it?

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-Yes.

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-They're like grass seeds.

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-It's not unlike green tea, I'd say.

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-This is stronger than I'm used to.

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-This is stronger than I'm used to.

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-Did you have sugar in it?

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-I think I did.

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-But it's fine, it's very nice.

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-The Tango Tours office

-is also full-time, is it?

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-Yes, we moved here a few months ago,

-almost a year now.

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-Hello, Tango Tours, Teithiau Tango?

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-The idea for Tango Tours came

-when we got married in 2007.

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-We organized a trip to the wedding

-for family and friends.

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-The 30 who came out

-to the wedding in Argentina...

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-..came with us on honeymoon

-to Patagonia.

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-My wife

-was a barrister in Argentina.

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-Was she?

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-When she moved over here,

-she couldn't do that.

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-We needed a way for her

-to maintain a link with Argentina.

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-While we're on the subject,

-how did you meet her? Through work?

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-No, a very modern way. Online.

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-No, a very modern way. Online.

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-Online?

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-I was trying to learn Spanish,

-she was trying to learn English.

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-Yes.

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-She speaks a lot of Welsh now.

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-She does. I can't say anything,

-she understands everything!

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-What are the children called?

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-Mari, Iago and Ioan

-speak three languages, of course.

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-Welsh, English and Spanish.

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-He's also part of an ambitious

-and innovative project...

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-..offering temporary

-rural accommodation.

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-These pods are located

-for the time being near Tywyn...

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-..in a very pretty spot

-near Castell y Bere.

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-This is Epic Retreats, an idea

-that's a bit outside the box.

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-We as Cambria Tours

-came up with the idea...

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-..along with Best Of Wales...

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-..and George & Thomas

-architects in Machynlleth...

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-..to do something different

-in the Wales Year of Legends.

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-The character of each pod

-is different.

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-I haven't seen the others close up,

-but I could like this one.

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-Explain it to me.

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-Does this rotate or what?

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-The bed inside rotates.

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-All the pods are mobile.

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-The idea is that the whole camp...

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-..will move from place to place

-around Wales during the coming year.

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-We call it pop-up accommodation.

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-Pop-up boutique hotels,

-with a manager always on site...

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-..and people will come in to change

-the bed linen and to cook breakfast.

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-This is some pop-up!

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-Where did the idea come from?

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-I think the partners and myself

-had a chat about a year ago.

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-I'm sure it was over a pint,

-but this idea came up.

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-We knew that 2017

-was the Visit Wales Year of Legends.

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-We wanted to create

-something completely different.

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-This has now featured in newspapers

-in Australia and North America.

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-It isn't just these units

-that sell the package.

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-You wake up in the morning

-to the magnificent Welsh scenery.

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-That's something we do have.

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-They tell us to diversify,

-do something different.

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-What could be better?

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-I feel different now

-than when I came into the field...

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-..and saw that big sauce bottle!

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-What if it's windy?!

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-But it's great.

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-When these are located elsewhere,

-will they be closer together?

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-It depends on the site.

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-It does depend on the site.

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-A lot of people like to go off

-on romantic weekends nowadays.

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-These are ideal, I'd suggest.

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-As long as we point the windows

-the right way, they'd work!

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-The first thing you want

-for a romantic weekend are curtains!

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-No, they're great.

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-They really are, honest now.

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-Back in Aberystwyth...

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-..I've been invited

-to visit Dafydd at the surgery.

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-I've been here countless times...

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-..but this time, they might see me

-in the same room as a cat.

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-Here we are.

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-It's not sleeping yet.

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-I want help to hold a puppy!

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-I won't come closer.

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-This is closer

-than I've been in years.

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-What's wrong with it?

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-I only want a quick look.

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-Can't you do that

-with the door closed?

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-Come here now.

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-There we are.

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-Oops.

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-Come on, come and say hello.

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-It's a pretty one.

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-It's a pretty one.

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-Yes, it is.

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-It's well-fed and it looks good.

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-Does it pass the test?

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-Does it pass the test?

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-You can put it back now.

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-Everything seems OK.

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-Put it back then.

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-Put it back then.

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-In we go.

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-You never know

-what will come in next.

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-The work varies

-from day to day, obviously.

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-You just take what comes.

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-As one of the directors,

-you're here every day.

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-But your wife works here as well.

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-Yes, she works part-time here

-and also looks after the children.

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-Yes, she works here.

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-She's more cats and dogs,

-I'm more farms and horses.

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-But as a practice,

-we have to be able...

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-..to deal with whatever

-comes through the door.

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-But we all have our own interests.

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-Because there are a lot of us,

-we can all follow our noses.

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-I daren't say at home that I've been

-in the same room as a cat.

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-I'll meet you outside,

-in case that gets out.

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-Dai, this is Diane.

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-Hello there.

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-How are you?

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-Very well. How are you?

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-Very well. How are you?

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-I hear you're learning Welsh.

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-A little, very slowly.

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-The children speak Welsh.

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-Yes, better than me.

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-Yes, better than me.

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-I wouldn't say that.

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-Where did you two meet?

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-At work?

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-At work?

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-Yes, in New Zealand.

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-We went a long way to meet, yes.

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-We moved to work in the same place

-and that's how we met.

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-It was nice to see you.

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-Keep learning Welsh.

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-You're doing well.

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-You're doing well.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Back we go to where Aled grew up.

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-His upbringing is a big part

-of who he is today.

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-He has vivid memories

-of growing up on the family farm.

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-Pencwm Uchaf is my first home,

-where I was raised over the years.

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-I lived here until I was 23.

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-I lived here until I was 23.

-

-Did you really?

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-My roots are here, and I have

-happy memories of the place.

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-And my late mother, of course.

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-We lost her a couple of years ago.

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-Far too soon, a young woman

-who had worked hard.

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-Mam was the mainstay of the family.

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-There was food on the table

-whenever Dad had finished milking.

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-She took us to and from school...

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-..and kept everything going

-while Dad worked the farm.

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-She milked herself

-until she was 50, I'm sure.

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-I'm very proud

-to have called Priscilla Mam.

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-The influences of the past remain,

-even at Siop y Pethe.

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-When Gwilym and Megan

-sold the shop to Aled and Dafydd...

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-..the vision

-was safe in their hands.

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-There isn't much room here.

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-But I'd like to see people

-popping in and out and chatting.

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-They're welcome to linger.

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-It's more than a place to buy,

-it's a place to meet.

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-They were supportive from the start.

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-We've been lucky

-to have taken over from them.

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-They were here so long

-and made it a household name.

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-It's nice to take over, in a way.

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-This was their life, wasn't it?

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-They were very happy

-that we wanted to keep it going.

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-Not just the shop but the name too.

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-The support we've had

-from everyone has been incredible.

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-We couldn't have asked

-for better support.

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-Everyone has been so positive.

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-We took the shop over, changed it

-as well, but kept the ethos...

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-..of what Gwilym and Megan

-built up over the years.

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-It's an ideal place to sit and chat.

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-Very comfortable.

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-This serves its purpose.

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-We wanted somewhere

-where people could meet.

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-Somewhere they felt they could

-come and sit if the weather was bad.

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-A place to have a cuppa or to rest.

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-We wanted that.

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-For anyone who knows Aberystwyth,

-it's somewhere...

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-I always used to say,

-"I'll meet you by Siop y Pethe."

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-No-one ever meets

-by Barclays or Boots.

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-They meet here.

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-They meet here.

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-Yes, by Siop y Pethe.

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-Now, I tell people,

-"I'll meet you in Siop y Pethe!"

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Ymweliad ag Aled Rees a Dafydd Jones yn ardal Aberystwyth ddaeth at ei gilydd i gymryd awenau Siop y Pethe. Dai Jones meets two friends who came together to run Siop y Pethe Aberystwyth.