This is the Britannia Bridge, which is one of only two bridges that connects Anglesey with main land North Wales.The stretch of water is called the Menai Straits, and the section of the straights in between the two bridges (which is just after this bridge) is called the Swellies. It gets this name due to the currents that arise there, as the two tides that come around the Island of Anglesey meet here.
I can’t believe it is mid November already, I absolutely love this time of year, the changing of the leaves, winter wardrobe comes out and the exciting anticipation of my favourite holiday Christmas!! Winter is in the air. Here is a list of my favourite things about this chilliest of seasons.
- Layering – happy knitwear weather! Long cardis, pastel cable knits, novelty jumpers, lots of burgundy & my favourite accessory of all time scarves! Tis the season to be snuggly.
- Crunchy leaves in brown oranges & reds, crisp blue sky mornings and the possibility of snow, there is nothing better.
- I find the sky in the winter months is way more epic, there are more stars out on display than any other time of year & the sunrise’s are out of this world.
- Nights in with open fires – even though my boyfriend has moved house so we may…
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Officially, Wales is a part of the United Kingdom and the island of Great Britain. The reality is that this heaven on earth is its own little kingdom, full of breathtaking places. Wales is about 170 miles (270 km) north–south and 60 miles (97 km) east–west, it has over 1,680 miles (2,700 km) of coastline and is largely covered by mountains.
Although Wales closely shares its political and social history with the rest of Great Britain, the country has retained a distinct cultural identity and history. This makes a visit to Wales feel like something you have never experienced before, and it’s well worth your time to come by and have a look…
The Dan yr Ogof cave system
The meaning of the name is “under the cave” and it is an eleven miles (18 KM) long cave system. It is one of the…
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