Saturday, 9 August 2014

Hitty Madge in Wales

Hitty Madge quite fell in love with Wales and all it had to offer.  Magnificent scenery, green green country, not many people, history, beaches, lakes and mountains - it had it all.

Here she is at Harlech Castle

Sitting on the beach at Tywyn

We had a very lovely walk along this beach, which was on the whole deserted.

Exploring history at Ty Mawr - the birthplace of Bishop William Morgan who translated the first published Welsh Bible and as such preserved the Welsh Language.

A very informative visit with thanks to the very interesting talk given by the custodian who I will have to say is probably the best we have spoken to at National Trust properties yet.

So beautiful, peaceful and quiet down in the valley.

Enjoying the waterfall during one of our walks in Snowdonia National Park

The bridge at Lake Vrynwy 

Very impressive.

Another waterfall in yet another beautiful walk.

Enjoying some peace and quiet in the forest.

A lakeside view.

1 comment:

  1. Such lovely views and interesting places to visit, but welcome home, Madge!


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