Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles - Uh, Ch.. (Welsh country music) - I had no idea that they had their own language (laughs) - Aren't like all the royalty princes and princesses of Wales? - [Voiceover] Tywyn - Honestly looks to me like a little baby just got mad at the keyboard. It went like this. - Tywin, that's how you spell Tywin Lannister, isn't it? - Tun? - Taiwan! No, it's not Taiwan. - Tywyn (bell rings) (gasps) Oh my God! - Why do the two "y"'s make different noises? - [Voiceover] Crymych - This looks like a game of Hangman that I lost. Right? Like there are a bunch of dashes and I just didn't get the vowels. - Do ya cry much? That looks like an advertisement for an anti-depressant. - Searmych? - The accent is key. Creimooch. - So the "y" is an "uh"... - I think I could mess with this language. - [Voiceover] Ynysybwl - What?! What is that? - (laughs) - That looks like a rapper's name. Like Young Souble. - Yessebellme. - Enisebul - Nice Boy. - [Voiceover] Ynysybwl. - Okay. - Sounds like what you say when you're cold. You're just like "Brrr." Ynysybrrrr. - [Voiceover] Ysbyty Ystwyth - The top looks like a dumb start-up that you'd see in Silicon Valley. - Eyes-beady-vigith? - Wobydy Wosidey. - Ispitty Istwith. - [Voiceover] Ysbyty Ystwyth - What? I'm sorry, what? - That's so cool! This is the coolest language. - [Voiceover] LLanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwylll- lantysiliogogogoch - (screams) - Yeah, no, I'm just gonna go. I'm just done. - (laughs) - This is one word? - Were they drunk when they named this town? This is a town? - Lahnfairpwhygwangwyelgogurch - Sherwindrabbellalalalantisigiggugugoch. Nailed it! - [voiceover] LLanfairpwllgwyngyll- gogerychwyrndrobwyllllantysiliogogogoch - (laughs) What?! No! - That sounds like you're making this up. - It sounds like an ancient prayer, more than a town. - I think Welsh people value city names. I think in America it's kind of an after-thought. - I still want to go to Wales, 'cause it's beautiful, I hear. I don't wanna ever have to follow directions there. - It's very interesting that it's so close to England and we associate it with being like England but it's so very different.