My interview with Dar van Horn

On Saturday 3 December, I had the privilege to talk to author Dar van Horn about his new book “The Jokester-‘Watcher of the Whych’ “. We also talked about his time in Iran, and how his parents and he escaped in 1979.

Below an excerpt of his book

“The city of Aberystwyth, this little Welsh Jewel or
its ancient name (Llanbadarn Caerog) in which our
story is set, is a small community that is situated
on Cardigan Bay on the west coast of Wales, near
the confluence of the River Ystwyth and Afon
Rheidol. Following the reconstruction of the
harbour, the Ystwyth skirts the town. The Rheidol
passes through the town. Aberystwyth prides itself
as a beacon of diversity and celebrates its staunch
and committed opposing and of exercising zero
tolerance for racism, xenophobia and for all forms
of hate crimes and discrimination of any sort. A
sentiment and feeling shared not only just in an
official capacity as the cities policy, but rather a
position that is upheld and vigorously championed
by the local residents in general. I have been a
regular and frequent visitor to this truly exquisite
Welsh community for several years and I have
found the locals to be truly a very welcoming,
accommodating warm and friendly people who will
go out of their way to please and make all feel right
at home. Also as an added note, although there can
be no dispute as to the quality, care and
accommodating service of any of the local Hotels,
Bed and Breakfasts etc.”

His book will be available on Amazon

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