Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Going to the booktown of Wales back on 12

Hay-On-Wye is a small (very small) town on the border of England and Wales, it has a rich history dating back (probably) to pre-Roman times. The name Hay (or Haia ) means a field and the Wye is a river that meanders lazily through it. Over the years Hay (as the locals refer to it) has attracted an assortment of people, the good, the bad and the very interesting indeed. I will list but a few of the more notorious....

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