I lived in London for a couple of months years ago and got to explore more than just the usual main tourist spots of this bustling city. It took me quite a while to get used to the wet and cold weather of London so I ended up dressing in thick layers even at the start of autumn. Walking through London on one of these … Continue reading London’s Westminster Cathedral turned out to be a hidden Gem
We found the Smallest House in Great Britain nestled amongst a terrace of houses on Conway’s Quayside in Wales. We couldn’t really miss the smallest house as it is painted a bright red and looks so cute situated next to the high city walls of Conway. The house, which has a floor area of 3.05 metre by 1.8 metre and a height of 10 feet … Continue reading Quay House in Conwy, Wales is the Smallest House in Britain!
Through out my travels I have developed an appreciation for the unique architecture of each country and sometimes even of a specific city. I associate English architecture with castles and very narrow terrace houses so I was quite surprised with what greeted me in Chester. Chester, is a city in Cheshire, England, lying on the River Dee. It is the perfect place to spend the … Continue reading Admiring the Unique Architecture offered by Chester Rows in Chester, England
Chester, is a city in Cheshire, England, close to the border with Wales and one of the places I explored with my friend Yvonne while visiting her in Anglesey, Wales. Autumn mornings are quite chilly and we were quite glad that we remembered to take gloves and warm scarves with us although the wall walk did warm us up. Chester city walls form an almost … Continue reading Walking the Old City Walls of Chester and searching for the Graves of Witches
One of my favourite things to do while travelling is to visit the beautiful cathedrals of that country. England has so many spectacular Cathedrals but high on my list of favourites is definitely the beautiful Medieval Cathedral of Chester. Chester is close to the border of Wales and I spent the day exploring this beautiful old town with my friend Yvonne. Chester Cathedral is a Church … Continue reading The Medieval Cathedral of Chester, England close to the border of Wales.
Wales is filled with so many beautiful and old towns and cities that are best explored on foot to experience the place. While visiting Yvonne in Wales we spent a morning walking through Bangor, a city in Gwynedd, North West Wales. It is actually one of the smallest cities in Britain and one of only six places classed as a city in Wales, although it is only the 36th largest urban area … Continue reading A Walk through Bangor, one of the Smallest Cities in Britain.
I can now officially say that I have fallen in love with the beautiful Welsh countryside!! I love the green rolling hills and valleys that cover this lush green countryside. Little inquisitive sheep dotted across the fields and the pebble covered coastline. I spent a week visiting my friends in Wales and ended up feeling like I had my own local tour guides for this … Continue reading Late Summer stroll along the Welsh Coast around the Village of Aberffraw
I have often read about the lush green fields and hills of Wales and seen pictures of this lush countryside filled with grazing sheep and green forests. Getting to walk through one of the beautiful Nature Reserves found across Wales was definitely a highlight of my Wales Adventure. My very good friend Yvonne who lives in Anglesey, Wales took me for a walk through the … Continue reading Exploring the lush Wales countryside of Newborough Warren (Ynys Llanddwyn), National Nature Reserve in Anglesey
On my first visit to Wales and as an introduction to Welsh history my friend Yvonne took me to visit CaernarfonCastle. Getting to visit this magnificent medieval building in Gwynedd, north-west Wales was the perfect introduction to the rich Welsh history and culture. I loved walking through the narrow streets and over the cobbled roads of the Edwardian town of Caernarfon. This town and castle … Continue reading Exploring Edwardian Caernarfon, my first Welsh town and Castle