I'r Alban Codi Hwyl


I'r Alban

Bwriad Dilwyn a John yw hwylio'r Mystique o amgylch Ynysoedd Heledd a gorllewin yr Alban. A fyddan nhw'n cyrraedd Yr Alban o gwbl? John & Dilwyn plan to sail in Scotland. Will t...


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-In previous Codi Hwyl series, John

-Pierce Jones and Dilwyn Morgan...

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-..sailed the coastlines of Celtic

-countries, starting with Wales.

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-They then went to Ireland. Twice.

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-They then went to Ireland. Twice.

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-Welcome to the Wild Atlantic Way.

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-In the last series,

-Mystique took them to Brittany.

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-My knee will be raw

-from kneeling on this soil.

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-This time,

-they're heading for Scotland.

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-# And I'll be in Scotland afore ye #

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-But this journey won't be

-without its problems.

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-Halfway through the first programme

-and we're not even on the water!

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-But in the spirit of Codi Hwyl,

-they're determined...

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-..to reach the magical

-Hebrides islands, no matter what.

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-The journey starts in Bangor,

-Northern Ireland.

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-John is there already and Dilwyn

-is on his way over from Holyhead.

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-He's just had some bad news.

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-I'm on the ferry on my way to

-catch up with John and Mystique...

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-..in Bangor, Northern Ireland.

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-They've had some problems

-on the crossing over.

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-The propeller shaft has overheated.

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-One of the bearings

-has more or less seized up.

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-Usually, it's quite

-a serious problem...

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-..but John assures me

-he's sorted it.

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-He's working hard with

-some locals to fix the boat...

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-..and it'll be ready to go

-tomorrow morning.

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-Time will tell, Dilwyn.

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-Things are not going well.

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-I had decided to sail her on my own

-for the first leg...

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-..so that we could set off

-from Bangor, Northern Ireland.

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-I sailed from the Isle of Man with

-my friend. I'm so glad he was there!

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-The engine broke, we heard

-the sound of something seizing...

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-..and there was a burning smell.

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-Luckily, the wind picked up

-at that moment.

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-We put up the sails

-and we made it into the marina.

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-We were towed in.

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-We called an engineer who said the

-boat had to come out of the water.

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-He thought a seal had broken and

-he could see some water coming in.

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-He said we were very lucky

-that we didn't all sink.

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-I'm a little bit concerned.

-Mystique is in Bangor with John.

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-It's John's responsibility

-to fix whatever has gone wrong.

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-I've phoned him and he was vague.

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-I've just texted to ask how things

-are going and he's answered me.

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-"Just eaten the best steak

-I've had in months."

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-No mention of the boat.

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-After the main course,

-it's pudding for John.

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-I've decided I'm not going to worry.

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-Worrying isn't going to make

-the boat ready any sooner.

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-So I'm going to enjoy myself

-while I wait for Number One.

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-I'll have to do plenty of

-running around once he's here...

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-..as he orders me about.

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-Would you like some?

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-Don't, then.

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-Dilwyn has arrived in Bangor,

-County Down.

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-He's looking for John now.

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-Well?

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-Well?

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-Well, what?

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-How's it going?

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-It's been terrible, Dilwyn.

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-The boat's still on the sling

-over there.

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-I wondered how you were coping.

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-It's a good experience for you

-to sort out these problems.

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-A good experience?! What?

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-Of course it's not

-a good experience!

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-I can think of many better ones.

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-And my knee is much worse this year.

-You'll have to do a lot for me.

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-Oh!

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-Welcome to Bangor and Codi Hwyl.

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-Where is she?

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-That way.

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-Off they go to the marina for Dilwyn

-to see the damage first hand.

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-Cutless bearing.

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-It's just a name to me.

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-Did it overheat?

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-No. It came off somehow

-and blocked the end of the shaft.

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-Can you see?

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-The end of this shaft.

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-The end of this shaft.

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-This has overheated inside.

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-It stopped anything that would

-cool down the shaft...

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-..like grease or water,

-from getting in.

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-It had pushed it to the end.

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-That was lucky really

-because it sealed the hole.

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-Or the water would have come in.

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-So what's he going to do?

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-He's going to try and pull this.

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-He'll put a new pipe in there

-and a new Cutless bearing.

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-Is the prop shaft OK?

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-Is the prop shaft OK?

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-Yes. Nothing wrong there.

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-It could be much worse.

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-Could it? How?

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-You could have ripped this off

-completely.

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-Or a piece of it. You couldn't

-have done anything then.

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-Nothing.

-The water would have come in.

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-Yes. He said we were lucky.

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-We're halfway through

-the first programme...

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-..and we're not even

-on the water yet!

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-Things aren't looking good

-in my opinion.

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-Is there any chance our two sailors

-can leave for Scotland tomorrow?

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-I'll have the small breakfast,

-please.

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-The wee dog.

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-And I'll have the buttermilk

-pancake stack with sausage...

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-..and an extra side

-of white pudding please.

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-I'm very partial to white pudding.

-We don't get it at home.

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-Pancakes for breakfast.

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-Have you noticed anything different

-about me?

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-Different?

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-You've lost a tooth!

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-What happened?

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-It was a cap.

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-I'd had it for years,

-since a series called Hawkmoor.

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-I was headbutted in a fight.

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-There was blood everywhere.

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-I was also supposed to give him

-a slap and I gave him a good one.

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-But I lost the top and I had a cap.

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-The bottom had started to wobble

-so they took it out...

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-..and I can't have another one

-until this area is hard enough.

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-So my speech has been affected

-a little bit.

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-He's laughing at me!

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-He's laughing at me!

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-Thooth!

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-Iechyd da!

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-Indeed.

-Hopefully we'll go somewhere today.

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-This is depressing.

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-Yes, it is.

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-After breakfast, Dilwyn pops down to

-the harbour to find out what's what.

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-Well, this is where

-Mystique was last night.

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-She's gone. The boatyard guys need

-to use this hoist for other boats.

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-They've had to move Mystique.

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-Instead of going closer to the

-water, she's on a stand over here.

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-We're waiting for the engineer.

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-How are you this morning?

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-How are you this morning?

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-A bit better than yesterday.

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-You will be in the water today.

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-You heard it here first, folks.

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-Is that looking good?

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-That's the bit.

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-That's the bit.

-

-That's the bit.

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-There's more bits on their way.

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-Everything will be together.

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-So it's looking good.

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-I've just had a quick word

-with Richard.

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-He's promised me

-we'll be in the water.

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-It looks as though she's been saved.

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-We'll see. I'll go break the news

-to John. I don't know where he is.

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-The weather's lovely.

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-I'm just having a coffee with an

-extra shot in it for a bit of oomph.

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-To give me some energy.

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-He's worried about the boat.

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-I think his pint is half empty.

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-Mine is half full.

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-The second necessary part

-has arrived.

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-It's looking hopeful.

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-Good news, good news, good news.

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-Good news, good news, good news.

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-What?

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-The part has arrived,

-I've spoken to Richard.

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-Two hours from now,

-we'll be ready to go.

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-Things aren't as bad as we thought.

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-Things aren't as bad as we thought.

-

-I didn't think they were.

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-Everything's fine.

-I don't know why everyone panics.

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-I was here on my own

-and I didn't panic.

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-It'll be fine. I'll get my stuff.

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-Mystique goes back into the water

-at last.

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-We've been waiting for this moment.

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-It's been a long five days.

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-It doesn't bode well.

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-She's leaking.

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-She's leaking.

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-No!

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-Oh, heavens above. A leak.

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-Huw Puw and his mate are very flat.

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-We've just dipped Mystique in the

-water to check everything was OK.

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-It wasn't.

-Water is coming in through the back.

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-He's going to try and tighten things

-again and dip her once again.

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-All this is eating into our time.

-We need to leave.

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-Everyone just wants to get started.

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-But it's a matter of safety.

-I looked over at John earlier.

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-He looked as though

-he was saying a little prayer.

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-Up again. Still leaking?

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-Is it still coming?

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-From where?

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-You know where the stern tube

-goes out? There.

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-So it's leaking in there.

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-If this doesn't work now, that's it.

-She has to come back out.

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-What are we going to do?

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-What are we going to do?

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-I don't know, John.

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-What can we do?

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-Someone somewhere

-will have to make a decision.

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-Won't they?

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-The moment of truth.

-Back she goes into the water.

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-He's going to make a decision...

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-..whether Mystique

-is fit to be at sea.

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-Things don't look very promising

-at the moment.

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-He's making his decision now.

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-No?

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-No?

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-No.

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-It's looking rather doubtful

-for Mystique.

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-There may be significant damage

-somewhere that's out of reach.

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-She has to come out again and we'll

-have to have a survey done tomorrow.

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-We'll see what we can do tomorrow.

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-I'm really sorry

-but we still can't raise the sails.

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-Stay with us. We'll get there.

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-Raise the sails?

-We need to raise our spirits first!

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-Dilwyn and John are in Bangor,

-Northern Ireland...

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-..trying to leave for Scotland.

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-Both they and Mystique

-can't wait to set sail.

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-Good morning.

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-Good morning.

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-How are you this morning?

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-Long night last night.

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-It's a bit cooler. Well...?

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-Unfortunately, the temporary repair

-didn't really work.

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-Professionally, I really have to

-remove the old cracked stern tube...

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-..and put a new stern tube in it.

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-It's the only job

-that we can guarantee.

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-How long? No idea?

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-Minimum of a week.

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-Minimum of a week.

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-A week?

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-Minimum of a week now.

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-It's over before we've started.

-Home James.

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-We can't. We've arranged everything

-for the programme.

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-We're meant to be in Tobermory

-tomorrow.

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-People are expecting us.

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-People are expecting us.

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-We don't have a boat.

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-There is a crew up there already

-and the crew here have a van.

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-Shall we go with them to Scotland?

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-Really?

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-Yes! We can do as much as we can

-and see how it goes.

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-Maybe we can borrow a boat.

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-In the true spirit of this series,

-we're carrying on.

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-But without a boat for a while.

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-We'll see what happens.

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-BLEEP

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-BLEEP

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-Dilwyn!

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-Without Mystique,

-the new adventure is about to start.

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-Well, the problem

-was the stern gland.

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-What? Yours?

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-Don't be silly!

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-Mine went years ago.

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-This is the spirit.

-We can do nothing about it.

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-We're leaving Mystique behind.

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-We're heading for Scotland.

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-Yahoo!

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-In a van.

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-In a van.

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-Here we are, on the boat.

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-We can't film any more.

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-Or they'll hang us

-and throw us overboard.

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-After crossing the Celtic Sea...

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-..they'll head for Oban

-and the Isle of Mull.

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-Maybe they can hire another boat?

-It's hard to set sail without one.

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-Here we are.

-We've crossed the Celtic Sea.

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-We're in Scotland.

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-This is Loch Lomond.

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-# I'll take the high road

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-# And you take the low road

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-# And I'll be in Scotland afore ye

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-# For me and my true love

-will never meet again

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-# On the bonnie bonnie banks

-of Loch Lomond #

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-Lovely sound, lads.

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-Are you OK in the front?

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-You've driven for hours.

-Shall I take over?

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-He's fine.

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-He's doing well.

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-It's been a long day

-with lots of problems.

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-On the second ferry over to Mull,

-John...

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-..you're right, John is hungry.

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-Do you think we could have a cuppa?

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-There's no tea or anything

-on this one.

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-Don't talk nonsense.

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-No, the galley's closed.

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-Bacon sandwich?

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-No. Be grateful that we're out

-in the fresh air on a boat.

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-Believe it or not, I miss Mystique.

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-That boat's become

-a part of me somehow.

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-I missed Mistress for two years.

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-I've started to get attached

-to Mystique.

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-I've started to love her.

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-Well, we're on the Isle of Mull.

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-We've travelled in many ways.

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-But we arrived by boat.

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-Yes. Now we need to find our way

-to Tobermory.

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-That's where we were supposed to be.

-We'll see how it goes from there.

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-Tobermory is the biggest town

-on the Isle of Mull.

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-Today, it is hosting

-the biggest event of the year.

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-It's a big day on the Isle of Mull.

-It's Highland Games day.

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-Are you going to try anything?

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-Are you going to try anything?

-

-I don't know.

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-How are you at throwing that brick?

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-Throwing a brick?

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-Yes, erm... caber.

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-Tossing the caber.

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-There's a Welsh dragon over there.

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-We're representing Wales.

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-But John and Dilwyn

-aren't the only Welsh people here.

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-There are Welsh

-people everywhere!

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-You can't go anywhere.

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-I was walking up the hill

-in the Highland Games march...

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-..and someone asked

-where I was going in Welsh!

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-This is Ceiriog. He lives in Bala.

-He takes care of my car.

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-You've been here before,

-haven't you?

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-It was 29 years ago.

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-It feels strange walking along

-the prom after such a long time.

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-We came to do the Mull rally

-back then.

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-He's back in 2017 and I've seen him!

-Incredible.

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-There are a lot of people here.

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-There are a lot of people here.

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-It's getting busier.

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-Yes, but it's quite small.

-The standard is incredibly high.

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-People from all over the world

-come to throw a hammer.

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-And they're world champions!

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-And they're world champions!

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-On such a small island.

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-After all those modes of transport,

-we have made it to the Hebrides.

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-We're on the Isle of Mull.

-It's a small place.

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-We finally have

-that Scottish atmosphere.

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-What does today mean to you

-as Chairman...

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-..but to the people of the island?

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-For the people of Mull and Iona,

-it's a huge day out. It's huge.

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-It's as important as a birthday

-or new year or anything like that.

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-It's that important

-to all these people.

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-I'm amazed -

-I've been listening to the tannoy...

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-..and the people taking part

-come from all over the world.

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-Absolutely. And it's basically to

-keep up the tradition of what we do.

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-There are some

-very big strong lads here.

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-They're throwing

-those big iron balls...

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-..as if they were ping pong balls!

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-I've never seen such a thing.

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-I was going to have a go!

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-Is the ground a bit wet?

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-I know!

0:19:470:19:48

-Oh, this music is...

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-It's a bit monotonous, isn't it?

0:19:520:19:52

-It's a bit monotonous, isn't it?

-

-No. That's just you.

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-It all sounds the same to me.

0:19:540:19:57

-Loch Lomond and Mairi's Wedding

-are nothing like each other.

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-Anyway, did you know that the

-bagpipes were invented in Wales?

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-No.

0:20:040:20:06

-The Scottish people

-still haven't got the joke.

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-I fell for it!

0:20:110:20:13

-You can stay to listen to the music.

-I'm going to the marina.

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-I've been looking for a boat

-so that we can sail from here.

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-I've phoned a few places.

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-We might get to charter one,

-but the guy has to see me.

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-When you charter a boat...

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-..they want to see your papers

-to check your qualifications.

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-By chartering, do you mean paying?

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-How much will it be?

0:20:330:20:34

-We have to sort it out between us.

0:20:340:20:37

-I'm going down to see him now.

-We'll see how it goes.

0:20:370:20:40

-Just something to coast around.

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-A cheap vessel.

0:20:430:20:43

-A cheap vessel.

-

-We don't want anything big.

0:20:430:20:45

-Enjoy your music and Mairi's Wedding

-and whatever.

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-Don't just get anything.

0:20:500:20:52

-We need somewhere to sleep,

-don't we?

0:20:520:20:54

-I hope it dries up.

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-I hope it dries up.

-

-What?

0:20:550:20:57

-Your bum!

0:20:570:20:59

-Back in Tobermory marina,

-there's a hint of good news.

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-I'm quite nervous. I feel as though

-I'm having a first job interview.

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-It's important for me that

-we get back into the sailing.

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-I need to get John a boat so that

-we can carry on with Codi Hwyl.

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-Very tasty burgers.

0:21:410:21:42

-There's a boat coming in

-over there in the distance.

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-It's definitely aluminium.

-I'm pretty sure it's this one.

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-So for the first time

-this afternoon, I'm smiling!

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-I hope that John and I have a boat.

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-It depends on my certificates!

0:22:000:22:03

-I don't know where Number One

-has gone.

0:22:090:22:12

-He was supposed to phone

-about this boat.

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-I hope his qualifications

-were good enough.

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-But there we go. If not,

-we'll just have to use our feet.

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-Thanks for your help. Thanks a lot.

-Bye, bye, bye.

0:22:290:22:33

-That was the owner

-saying he's received my CV.

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-He's very impressed

-with what I've done.

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-He hopes I'll enjoy the boat

-and enjoy Scotland.

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-He hopes I'll get to know Lotus.

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-After all the trouble, we may see

-some raised sails after all.

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-Next time on Codi Hwyl, we'll see

-how John and Dilwyn cope on Lotus.

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-What the...?

0:23:120:23:13

-It's quite a project to sail

-this boat just the two of us.

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-He'll have to pull his socks up.

0:23:170:23:20

-We join them as they travel

-southwards towards Iona.

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Bwriad Dilwyn a John yw hwylio'r Mystique o amgylch Ynysoedd Heledd a gorllewin yr Alban. A fyddan nhw'n cyrraedd Yr Alban o gwbl? John & Dilwyn plan to sail in Scotland. Will they make it?


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