You gotta love Frozen! Full of magic & enchantment & a lovely film, the kids would watch it on a loop if they could.. But what if you could recreate that magic in the real world? That’s exactly what we did!! We found the ideal place in Snowdonia national park for an enchanting walk to the valley of the living… View Post
We’re no strangers to the mountains & love to find some of the most beautiful spots in Wales to lap up gorgeous views. Our usual mode of exploration is our feet & you’ll often find us hiking in the hills in mid Wales in search of natural beauty. Last week we headed away from our usual spots and drove North… View Post
On August 10th, 1979, a former Sealink passenger ferry called “The Duke of Lancaster” was beached at Llanerch-y-Mor in North Wales with the intention of turning it into a floating leisure and retail complex called The Fun Ship, unfortunately the project never achieved it’s full potential due to many legal disputes with the local council & now sits slowing rusting… View Post
Talacre lighthouse is on Talacre Beach, on the North coast of Wales. Its a great spot for a walk with the kids with miles of beautiful sands surrounding it, at low tide you are able to walk up close and personal to the lighthouse. The dunes that lie along the shoreline of Talacre beach attract scientific interest with their unique… View Post
We decided to head to the Forest of Dean to climb up to the Eagles nest view point, so with cake in hand we headed off…. We parked in Lower Wyndcliffe Car Park which is on the A466 three and a half miles north of Chepstow and just north of St Arvans, we crossed the road and followed the signs… View Post
St Athan Boys’ Village was a village-style holiday camp located in West Aberthaw, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. Now derelict all that remains are the shells of the buildings that once remained, overgrown and dilapidated it has an eerie atmosphere and an intriguing air surrounding it.
So here is our tried & tested view of South/West & Mid Wales & a photographical log of just some of the naturally beautiful places we have visited, from coastline to mountains and ruins to heritage we endeavoured to take in as much of our part of the world as possible with just petrol in the car, often welly boots… View Post