Originally Posted by Green78
Regarding to mobile broadband, I had tried to insert a fake address but I was then welcomed by a pop-up stating that inserting someone else's address was unlawful... so I desisted
Joppa thanks for the useful links, I'll have a look straight away (just today I had to replace the cam chain, as it has been 9 years and 80K Km since the last time I did it
Fr0d0, do you think finding a landlord willing to rent their home to a (little) dog owner would be a problem?
As I have never seen the town and as I will have 2weeks to find a place where to stay, do you have any idea on which area to look for (and which to avoid?)
You say it's not a Welsh speaking area, would that mean that native Newtowners can't actually speak Cymraeg? Or that they doesn't want to?
If you find some nice spot let me know!
THANKS YOU ALL!
As for speaking Welsh, the closer you get to the English border, the less it is done (less people will be native or comfortable Welsh speakers than in other parts of the country, so it really is primarily English speaking).
I'm working on learning it because my in-laws are first Welsh speakers, then English (remember there are NO monoglot Welsh speakers left) and because our place is in Cardiff where Welsh is a distinct advantage (with my in-laws in the Amman Valley). Also my daughter is a Welsh speaker and I don't want her to be able to yell at me when she is a teen and me not understand. Most signs are bi-lingual, but it does help to know how to read the language a bit so you can pronounce place names. Also it never hurts to learn another language.