February 28, 2018

Tomorrow March 1, if you see someone walking around with a daffodil or a leek on their lapel wish them a happy St David’s Day! It happens once a year that all across the nation of Wales, and the planet the Welsh will be celebrating with festivals, dancing and singing!...

February 28, 2018

The only location in the world still mining the volcanic blue hone rock that produces curling stones is at the Trefor Quarry, above the village of Llanaelhaeran overlooking Caernarfon Bay, on the Lleyn Peninsular in North Wales.


Above the remote village is a range of t...

February 24, 2018

The legends of King Arthur and Merlin, recorded by storytellers and bards over the generations, are very much alive in Wales! His enemies the Saxons would have called him Wealas (a foreigner) which is how the word “Welsh” originated.


“Wild Wales Walkabouts” is delighte...

February 15, 2018

Spring is beginning to appear in the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Last week traveling around the Isle of Angelsey we saw many young lambs springing around in the pastures, a definite harbinger of spring!


Lake Idwal in the park on a clear night is named after...

February 8, 2018

Last night our Wild Wales Walkabout crew ended our seven days work on the “King Arthurs Way” walkabout in the mountain village of Llanberis up in the highlands of the Snowdonia National Park. We travelled all around the park as far south as Aberystwyth researching on A...

February 6, 2018

Dinas Emrys is a wooded hillock near the scenic hamlet of Beddgeleret in the middle of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. This site high above the river Glasfryn was an Iron Age Fort before the Celtic King Vortigen choose this spot for his castle in the sixth...

February 5, 2018

While traveling around North Wales this past weekend we visited the remains of Saint Dwynwens Church on Llanddwyn Island off the West coast of Angelsey. Dwynwen is the Patron saint of lovers here in Wales and January 25 is celebrated here, the equivalent of our St Vale...

February 1, 2018

On our special “King Arthurs Way Walkabout” that starts on the Isle of Angelsey on October 3, 2018 we will be visiting Bryn Celli Du, a Neolithic burial chamber(3000 B.C.), one of the most evocative sites in Europe. Visits also to a Celtic/Roman settlement at Din Lligw...

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