You have to love Wales! There are so many unexpected things to do and see in such a small country. Aunty … Continue reading A Day At The Races – Welsh 100 No 53
Brecon town nestles in the shadow of the iconic Pen-y-Fan, the highest point in South Wales. The Welsh name is … Continue reading Brecon Jazz Festival – Welsh 100 No 52
The caravan had it’s first outing of the year, though we didn’t travel far, but then we didn’t need to. … Continue reading Peacocks on the Beach.
Well what is there to do on a dark, misty and wet day at the end of October? The cloud … Continue reading Dan yr Ogof: Welsh 100 No 51
August Bank Holiday seems so long ago now, but only two months have passed. We have a tradition in the … Continue reading Hitting the Surf at Whitesands: Welsh 100 – No 50
On the banks of the River Elwy is a small city. It has a population of 3,355 souls. Now how … Continue reading St Asaph Cathedral – Welsh 100 no 49
South Wales is known for coal mining. North Wales is known for slate quarries. Everywhere you go in North West … Continue reading Flying across the quarry: Welsh 100 No 48