October 18, 2019

Hiking along the Ffordd Ddu (Black Road) in the foothills of Cader Idris above Arthog in the Snowdonia National Park, a Neolithic period road going back to 3000BC.
A freshly baked custard pie from the thatched roof Becws Islyn Bakery on the Llyn Peninsular!
Fresh lobst...

October 11, 2019

Tomen y Mur was built just after AD43 when the Romans invaded Britain. The fort was established to control the movement of the Brythonic tribes through the Snowdonia mountains.


Here at this forlorn, isolated and windswept mountaintop are the remains of the amphitheater...

October 8, 2019

Breakfast time at our Welsh Downton Abbey stay in North Wales!
Nymphs along the old waterfall trail in Arthog and hiking under a rainbow in Wild Wales!
Yesterday our journey through the Snowdonia National Park on the Welsh Highland Railway. A delicious seafood paella a...

October 6, 2019

Yesterday a hike through the woods along the Arthog Falls high above the Mawddach Estuary.


A walk along the Welsh Coastal Path before our lunch at the Ty Coch Pub (red building on the beach). Lunchtime at Dylanwad wine cafe in the old medieval Welsh market town of Dolg...

October 4, 2019

A visit to the castle in Caernarfon one of the six hundred castles that were built in Wales.


Hiking along the Welsh Coastal Path that runs for 870 miles of unbroken, often breathtakingly-beautiful, coast. Along the way you’ll experience the very best of Wales, stunning...

September 27, 2019

A brisk walk along the Welsh Coastal Path today from Aberdaron to St Marys Well.
The heather and Gorse still in vibrant bloom as we made our way along the path that the ancient pilgrims traversed to their spiritual destination, Bardsey Island. The well is a fresh water...

September 24, 2019

Last weekend a "Walkabout" along the iconic massif Cader Idris, a classic landform of glacial erosion that looms above Cardigan Bay in North Wales. The 19th century Victorian traveller George Borrows wandered into Wales and walked through the country, seduced by the We...

September 23, 2019

A visit to the Cistercian Abbey at Tintern on the banks of the river Usk, South Wales. Construction began in 1131 and with the dissolution of the monasteries and abbeys in 1536 by Henry VIII all the leaded roofs were removed and sold. One of our guests trying out the W...

September 19, 2019

A visit to Whitesands Beach, Pembrokshire, South Wales to visit the site of St Patricks Chapel and Christian cemetery (5th-10th century AD). Here at this site is where Patrick was kidnapped by Irish pirates and transported to Ireland at the early age of 16 for six year...

September 16, 2019

Newfoundland jig after finally seeing Puffins, Bulls Bay, Newfoundland!
Home cooked supper at our Guest House on Change Islands.Taking a break above the Tickle at Newtown, often referred as the "Venice of the North"! Diane Davis our presenter in Gander and portrayed as...

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