Well, what a super Saturday of rugby! It sounds like something out of a reality TV show but watching the last 3 matches was a true (and please don’t cringe) ‘rollercoaster of emotions’. If for any reason you missed the heart-stopping excitement let me briefly sum it up for you.
I am now on a hunt to find a maze in Wales that will satisfy my daughter's imagination. Any suggestions?
I never thought the history of maths could be so interesting....
I don't know whether I will get much spoiling this Mother's Day but here are some ideas of what is on offer to celebrate your Mum in Wales this weekend.
A great weekend for Wales with winning the rugby yesterday and lovely weather to celebrate St David's Day. If you don't know what the traditional day for the patron saint of Wales is all about then read on.
I must admit that I didn’t spend much time keeping up with the news when I was on holiday, but when I came back to the reality of everyday life I thought I had better take a quick look. The main headlines are never particularly joyful, and often these days downright scary, but there were a couple of stories of a lighter and far more positive nature.
In need of a little TLC and yearn for that extra little bit of luxury on your holiday? Well take a look at this!
As has already been established in some of my other posts, I am not always the most organised of people when it comes to holidays. I am sure that I can’t be the only one and so if you are still searching for some event inspiration over the February Half Term keep reading!
There have been a couple of good news stories this week that caught my attention. The expansion of Zip World (I really want to go) and a top award win for Swansea Indoor Market (I want to go again). If you didn't see them take a look now.
Some people may not believe it but there is plenty to do in Wales in February. Take a look at a couple of ideas I have come up with for great family days out over the Half Term.
Those of you of a romantic ilk may already be making preparations for St Valentine’s Day. But did you know that Wales has its own patron saint of couples and her day is celebrated tomorrow, 25 January.
Thanks to the commitment of heritage groups, government bodies, lottery grants and local community fund raising, two extensive projects on two castles situated at opposite ends of Cardigan Bay, are due to be completed this spring. This is the year to discover the impressive Harlech and Cardigan Castles.