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Whilst in Wales recently we took a quick visit to the town. Like many resorts the town has seen better days but still does its best to provide a traditional…

Aberdulais is a small village in the Vale of Neath in South Wales. Its history starts way back in 1584, when a German engineer Ulrich Frosse, perfects a new…

Pentre Ifan is a Bronze-Age megalithic site dating from at least 3500 B.C. It is probably the finest Welsh hilltop megalith and can be found in the county of…

Graig Wen is a wonderful location at Arthog on the brilliant Mawddach Estuary. The site offers camping, yurts and couple of holiday cottages, BandB, and my…

The Grade II listed Point of Ayr Lighthouse is located in Talacre, North Wales. Literally drenched in history this light house has many stories to tell.…

A fantastic area to visit, that I keep going back and back to. However some days you can just see the rain approaching from miles away. About ten minutes…

A great place to visit for a traditional seaside day. My favourite way is to go across the Railway viaduct. You can enjoy the view down the estuary as well

This is the very Italianate terraced garden at Powis Castle in central Wales. The brick walls of the terraces soak up any sunshine to act like giant storage…

The dams in the Elan Valley, built over 100 years ago, create reservoirs that provide the water for Birmingham. While the overflow looks dramatic and indeed it…

A concatenation of four windows from Beaumaris Castle in Wales. I liked the colours and geometric designs that reflect part of the design drawings and plans for…

At home the bluebells are now past their best, so it was a delight to find them in full bloom here in mid-Wales. I sneaked out before breakfast and the…

Thomas Telford was an engineering giant of the late 18th and early 19th centuries and yet he always seems to be overshadowed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel - let's…
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