This is our third Christmas as residents of North Wales. We're actually spending it in Scotland because, well...my family is there and it'd be a bit odd if we stayed here on our own...'
'My adopted nation knows a thing or two about amazing attractions. In total, we have 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in North Wales...'
'Laugharne (pronounced Larn) is a pretty town in West Wales. It lies just 13 miles South of Carmarthen, sitting on the estuary of the River Taf...'
'Beautiful Britain - home to tremendous halls, castles and a long, bloody, history. And with that in mind, it’s no surprise this tiny island has a plentiful amount of paranormal activity...' Whether it’s ancient ghost stories or unexplained phenomena, there is always something hiding in the UK’s dark shadows. Protection Supplies have compiled a map… Continue reading Mapped: The UK’s Spookiest Places
'On the whole, the Welsh are a friendly lot, with cheeky humour and a real passion for their country. They remind me very much of Scots, which is probably why I like them so much...'
The blue lake lies on the site of an abandoned slate quarry in the Gwynedd area of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales...'