The Beaches of Wales

I had thought we’d visit castles and IMG_1022manor homes, but for the most part, we stayed outside. Who knew the allure of Welsh beaches with their rocky cliffs and legendary lighthouses? Church Bay, Newborough Beach, Red Wharf, Moelfre, we hit them all. They’re big and broad and on trip, mostly sunny. We even saw two women swimming! However, they were wearing wetsuits. Click here for more of what a Welsh beach looks and sounds like!

Standing Stones, Roman Ruins, Medieval Churches

IMG_1012Wales is full of detours and once we had found Ty’n y Mynyndd, we took a lot of them. In fact, when we drove down Mynynnd Bodafon, we headed straight on to one detour to see a 25-ton standing stone in a pasture just north of Moelfre. From there we could see the tip of another kind of ruin, so we kept following that road until we Continue reading