Yup, JK is right.
The Rivers Taff and Ely are within the perimetres of the Bay and inside the Barrage, thus unlimited access.
The River taff is the one that goes right through the City centre and past the Satdium.
The river Ely is a bit more landscapes, not too may houses alongside it, yet, and quite scenic. Much wildlife - like rabbits, foxes, herons. You also see the camp of our undergroung Cardiff resident - he may be out looking for wood to burn, or shooting rabbits. Very quiet guy and may occassionally wave. Harmless, as long as he is left alone. I reckon he just had enough of the of life as we usually know it (could not buy a rib) and became a hermit type guy.
Hey, it takes all sorts.
Both rivers usually have a normal water flow on them, about 20-40cumetes.
Should there be some heavy rain beforehand - and this could be likely - river flow can speed up to quite a bit - about 150 cumetes upwards.
Will keep a river check in the week before the send -off.
You can safely navigate about 2 miles up both rivers - approx. Then a weir on the Taff and rubbish and v. low water in the Ely become a problem.
Rib groupie & Waterbabe
"Just add water / liquid to have fun"
Counting the days of the ~SOC~ trip.