July 24, 2017

Aberdaron on the Lleyn peninsular in North Wales has been the destination for spiritual pilgrims and saints for over 1600 years. Here they left the mainland in small boats for the crossing over to Bardsey Island where they would prepare for their final trip to the next...

July 19, 2017

During his talk at the Winona County Historical Society on Tuesday, August 8th, Taff will cover developments in Wales, his home country for the past two thousand years. From the Roman occupation, the age of the Saints, the Saxon onslaught, Viking intrusions and pilferi...

July 15, 2017

Conwy’s castle and town walls were a medieval defensive attempt by the Norman aggressor Edward 1 (Longshank) in 1287 to subjugate the Welsh Nation to English rule. The suspension bridge crossing the Conwy river was built by the godfather of 19th century civil engineeri...

July 9, 2017

This past May on our Wild Wales Walkabout in the Snowdonia National Park, we had a guest, a nurse who practiced herbal medicine. We had a herbalist along that could help identify the plants. One of our travelers enjoyed walking along the lonely beaches picking up small...

July 9, 2017

The Senedd (National Assembly of Wales), overlooking Cardiff Bay is a progressive, democratic, enviromentrally sustainable building, with walls built of glass for transparency in government!. Traditional slate and Welsh oak contribute to a dynamic structure where Wales...

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