Be' i'w wneud ar y gwyliau :smiley: :sunny: (trips out (Taro Deg,…
Be' i'w wneud ar y gwyliau :smiley: :sunny:
shopping in Welsh
somewhere with Cymraeg tourguides
listen to some live music yn y Gymraeg
day in Caernarfon before Parti Benblwydd
cake, yn amlwg
Crwr Llyn brewery tour
Cinio dydd Sul traddodiadol (with alternatives)
big massive exhausting treks up huge mountains?
invigorating walks up medium-sized hills?
fun in the bwthyn
did I mention cake?
mooching about, doing not much
Skype with Jen
Don't know if there's a lot of room for this, but I'd like to try!
bootcampy things (things that help with all the learning)
5 minute turns in pairs just to talk in Welsh
set ourselves "challenges"
devise treasure hunts for each other
local history/knowlege mini-research projects
teach something to the others in Welsh (Cath - brownies; Rob - lambing; Sam - large-scale public art; Kev - drumming; Mark - juggling; Ger - beard-care ...)
take turns to cook for all?
invite the Jones' for dinner?
meal out somewhere nice when we're all there?
five people no problem in one car (and Mark, at least, doesn't drink)
have a kitty for shared shopping / entrance fees/etc?
use own money for eating and drinking out and about
possible agreements between us
no-English in shared spaces
English fair game in rooms/own time? (Cath thinks Kev and her are gonna try and keep to Welsh when speaking to each other as per bootcamps gone by)
emergencies overrule rules (the "emergency overruling rules" rule, for emergencies)
What to do if approached in English when out? (I always hate seeming rude, eg: if someone wants directions or something!)
no worries if you use english in that situation?
can have fun thinking of ways to get out of it without seeming rude, too :smiley: