It’s a dog’s life for a sign writer

We see so many signs relating to dogs on our travels that I’m starting to think sign writing would cease to exist as a profession if our national obsession with dog ownership abated. It seems that everywhere we go there are … Continued

St David’s Day: castles, dolphins and an open mind

  It hasn’t yet been declared an official bank holiday, but St David’s Day remains one of the key dates on the Welsh calendar. It seems that David himself was a simple man, a vegetarian teetotaller whose most famous miracle … Continued

Upland Gower – the bit without the tourists

Like the majority of people who flock to the Gower peninsula every year, I thought that was it… that the peninsula was synonymous with Gower and ended somewhere around Gowerton on the north coast and Mumbles on the south. For … Continued

Top Ten Walks: Carmarthen Bay and Gower

In August 2012, Harri and I braved heavy rain and the thickest mud on the planet to walk from Amroth to Swansea marina… our section of the Wales Coast Path. Perhaps I should explain. Harri was commissioned by Northern Eye … Continued