Home to three national parks, hundreds of castles, and the world's first path to encompass an entire country's coastline, Wales, my homeland, is full of spectacular scenery and fortified towns and cities steeped in history.

Wally's Deli Cardiff

Wally’s Deli & Kaffeehaus in Cardiff

Wally’s Deli & Kaffeehaus in Cardiff has been serving customers in the city for many years, with the owner’s family history stretching back decades to a small village in Austria. […]

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View of Barry Island from the little island

‘Barrybados’ – Home of Barry Island and TV’s Gavin & Stacey

Situated on the coast of the Vale in South Wales is ‘Barrybados’, or so it’s affectionately been nicknamed by the locals – there’s even a twitter account. In the 20th […]

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St Fagans Museum

St Fagans National Museum of Wales

  St Fagans Museum is one of the finest outdoor museums in Europe, and is (at time of publication) #1 on Trip Advisor’s list of top attractions to visit in Cardiff. St Fagans […]

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The view from Alt-Yr-Yn

Walking the Fourteen Locks in Newport, Wales

If you live in Wales, you may be familiar with the BBC Wales series ‘Weatherman Walking’, starring popular TV weather presenter Derek Brockway. The last episode saw Derek tour Prestatyn in […]

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Exploring the beautiful, scenic places in and around Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Highlights include: a trip on the Ffestiniog Railway from Porthmadog to Tan-y-Bwlch and a visit to the fortified town of Conwy with its impressive Castle and Great Britain's Smallest House.