Reading of Dylan Thomas Classic

Taff Roberts will be reading Dylan Thomas classic “A Childs Christmas in Wales” on Saturday, December 2, 2.30p.m. at the Winona Art Center, Winona. A rich jewel of a story, “A Child’s Christmas in Wales” features recollections of a Welsh Christmas in the 1940’s in a small seaside town on the rugged coast of west Wales. It is filled with “sheepish uncles and singing aunts, snow by the sky full, polar cats, sleek and long as jaguars.” Miss Prothero who “said the right things always,” and the terrifying ghost story that sends the boy hero’s scuttling home! Its the best Christmas story since Dickens! Hywel Taff Roberts has been reading the story every year since 1975 wherever he has resided at

Memories of the October 2017 Tour

Pics from our Wild Wales Bus tour last October 2017! Tintern Abbey, aboard the Welsh Highland Railway, Merchant Overlooking Cardigan Bay. Tudor Merchant House, Tenby. Booking now for our June 11-20, 2018 Bus tour!

Hiking in Wales

Wild Wales Tours & Walkabouts will have a booth at the Midwestern Mountain Equipment Travel Expo in Minneapolis this Friday-Sunday. We will give a presentation on Wales and hiking in Snowdonia at 1p.m. on Saturday. Last week our Wild Wales Walkabout team got together in Ireland & Pembrokeshire, South Wales to create an exciting seven nights and eight days Walkabout. Two nights in downtown Dublin, train ride down the east coast of The Emerald Isle to Wexford & ferry ride to Fishguard, South Wales across the Irish Sea. We will stay in St Davids at a small family cozy guest house for three nights and walk the Welsh Coastal Path along the rugged shore visiting many a holy well site along the way

Cathedrals and Chapels

The newly painted and gilded icon of St Patrick at St David’s Cathedral in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Wild Wales Tours are presently creating Walkabouts to visit sacred druid/Christian wells and sites. Yesterday we visited Whitesand’s Beach, the site of St Patrick’s Chapel. Patrick was born in Wales and was captured by Irish pirates at the age of 16 for six years. After returning to Wales he sailed back to Ireland as a Christian missionary from Whitehead beach in the mid 5th century. We also visited St Govans chapel, built by St Govan an Irish monk. The chapel is built out of limestone in a rocky inlet next to the shore and by a well. He died in the year 586A.D.

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