March 16, 2016 Live from the road

Goodwick and Fishguard

Reported by Devashishu Torpy 1.0 km

Our last day in Wales begins at Goodwick Community School

The Mayor, Councillor Richard Grosvenor, is at the school to meet us

A good hat for keeping warm in the cool wind

Vera demonstrates a traditional dance from her native country, Portugal

Jana makes a friend or two

The Head Teacher, Mr J Jones, told us that Carl Lewis has been one of his idols since he was 9 years old. At that age he watched Carl Lewis win Olympic medals in Los Angeles. Carl Lewis is featured on the short film we show at schools as he is an ambassador of the Peace Run.

Go Teachers!

The Mayor with his grandson who is a pupil at Goodwick Community School

This boy is ready to join our team and run around the world! He was very proud to show us his homemade St David's day daffodil.

A final run down the hill to the harbour

A BIG BIG BIG THANK YOU to our Welsh Coordinators - Charana John Evans and Prabhavati Tamsin Evans!!!!!

A few words from the Mayor at the Ocean Lab cafe. He highlighted the importance of Community in our message.

Devashishu is just testing the snacks to make sure they are safe for the other runners!

All aboard!

Recreation on deck.

A final farewell to Wales and all the wonders it has brought us!

Onwards to the emerald isle - across the Irish Sea to Ireland.

Torch carried by
Balavan Thomas (Great Britain), Devashishu Torpy (Great Britain), Eszter Koncz (Hungary), Gints Peleckis (Latvia), Gordana Petrovčić (Croatia), Jana Duskova (Czech Republic), Paramanyu Lebedev (Russia), Rasmivan Collinson (Great Britain), Satyagraha Vladimir Salnicov (Moldova), Vera Marques (Portugal).  
Photographers
Paramanyu Lebedev, Satyagraha Vladimir Salnicov
The torch has travelled 1.0 km in Goodwick and Fishguard.

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