This afternoon Wild Wales Tours & Walkabouts boarded the Steamship S.S.Badger on our road trip to Rochester, New York to attend the North American Festival of Wales. Thousands of people from all over the world will gather in Rochester to sing, and compete in song and p...
There are nights that are so still
that I can hear the small owl
far off and a fox barking
miles away. It is then that I lie
in the lean hours awake listening
to the swell born somewhere in
rising and falling, rising and
wave on w...
The heather will be in bloom during our Wild Wales Walkabout this September in the Snowdonia National Park. We will pass by many an old homestead and ancient walls as we walk along the paths and lanes through the countryside.
Images by Llen Natur.
On August 5,1063 A.D. 954 years ago to this very day Gruffydd ap Llewelyn the only Welsh King to rule over the entire territory of Wales was killed. In 1062 Harold Godwinson, Harold II, the last Anglo Saxon King of England attempted a surprise attack at Llewelyn’s cast...
In October on our Wild Wales bus Tour we will be given a presentation on the poet and vicar R.S.Thomas (1913-2000)at St Hywyns Church in the seacoast hamlet of Aberdaron. Here at the church is where he administered his last service.
During our Wild Wales Walkabout in September this year there will be quite a few birds we will be on the look out for. During our time walking along the Welsh Coastal Path it will be the colorful Puffins, the playful and acrobatic Chough. (Black, red beaked), and the C...