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Recent Wales Blog Posts

  • 30 June 2019
    “mydododied: Misty Tower Atmospheric shots”

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  • 13 October 2018
    “lovewales: Carreg Cennen Castle | by Stephen Davies Awesome castle”

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  • 23 June 2017
    “churchcrawler: Llandecwyn Church, Gwynedd, North Wales Lovely North Wales view”

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  • Wales

    Wales the Red dragon and Castles

    Once across the border from England to Wales you immediately notice you entered a different country. With its own Celtic tongue and proud individual identity Wales remains a country within a country.

    For the traveller Wales has unlimited attractions a stunning coastline, beaches dramatic mountain scenery and lakes, for those interested in outdoor sports it is a magnet.

    The history lover will find plenty of interest here from the Romans right through to the Tudors the history of Wales has been inextricably linked to England.

    Why not tread in the footsteps of Owain Glyndwr the last welsh prince and visit the mountains of Snowdonia once the stronghold of the Welsh Kings.

    Then drive to the coast to Portmerion and marvel at the architecture and genius of Clough Wiliam Ellis.

    Travel south and you can swim with Dolphins, while taking in the fantastic coastline and wild life.


    Machynlleth   26 August 2016

    abcbritain: I have been all men known to history, Wondering at the world and at time passing; I have seen evil, and the light blessing Innocent love under a spring sky. I have been Merlin wanderi...
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    Poem in October   25 August 2016

    was my thirtieth year to heaven Woke to my hearing from harbour and neighbour wood And the mussel pooled and the heron Priested shore The morning beckon With water praying and call of seagul...
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    Richard Beau Nash   21 August 2016

    The master of ceremonies and bon viveur was born in Swansea in Wales. He attended Jesus College, Oxford; he served as an army officer and was a barrister for a while. Nash was master of ceremonies at...
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    Coastline   30 January 2015

    Britain has a great coastline and some fantastic beaches the coastline of Pembrokeshire in wales was voted the second best in the world by a panel of experts at National Geographic magazine. Pembrokes...
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    Activities in Wales


    Cricieth Castle - short description

    Conwy Castle - Conwy Castle Mighty Fortress

    Laugharne - Laugharne castle

    Family Fun

    Horse Drawn Boats - Horse Drawn Canal Boats


    Hay Festival of Literature - Hay Festival

    Interactive Adventure

    Dr Who Experience - Sci Fi Theme Centre


    Judges Lodgings - Judges Lodgings

    National Parks

    Brecon Beacons - High ridges verdant valleys

    Outdoors Activities

    Beaches - Beaches

    Walking in Britain

    Pembrokeshire Coastal path - Coastal Path

    Top ten Trails Pembrokeshire - Top ten trails


    Welsh Mountain Zoo - National Zoo Of Wales

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