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Why learn to Nordic Walk
Why learn to Nordic Walk
As an activity for the wider population Nordic walking it is not much more than 20 years old. Prior to this a similar activity was engaged in as an exclusive advanced training trick for keen cross country skiers who wanted to get a head start on dry land before the snows came.
Life as a tour guide will always open up days of interest and sometimes challenge and I wanted to begin to share with you some of the days out which a tour guide maybe asked to deliver.
Park Howard Llanelli
Park Howard Llanelli
I have lived in a small village called Pembrey near Llanelli for most of my life and Llanelli has been the town I frequented the most, even though we are probably equal in distance from Carmarthen, we always seemed to use Llanelli for entertainment, shopping etc. and Park Howard in Llanelli has featured a lot in my life, as a child and as an adult.
If you love walking you will love the walk around Llyn Y Fan Fach, (Lake of the small Beacon Hill) a beautiful lake in the west of the Brecon beacons National Park below the peak of the Black Mountain.
Kidwelly castle was used in the first scene of the film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. The surrounding countryside is said to be haunted by the headless ghost of Gwenllian ferch Gruffydd wife of the Welsh prince Gruffydd ap Rhys who was beheaded in 1136, although I’ve never seen her......
Do you think the weather effects your choice of drink Do you prefer a cool white wine when the sun shines and maybe a warm red when it is cold and damp?
The lovely Stackpole Inn is waiting to welcome you this Easter.
As many of you may know 2016 is being promoted by Visit Wales as the " Year of adventure"
I was really priveliged this summer to have been given a tour of the rocky outcrop at Craig Rhosyfelin by the famous archaeologist Mike Parker Pearson.
Prehistoric Pembrokeshire
Prehistoric Pembrokeshire
Let's begin at the beginning - prehistoric caves, magnificent burial monuments, stone circles and archaeological stories of Stonehenge. In Pembrokeshire we are fortunate to have so many ancient prehistoric sites still visible for visitors to stand in awe and to reflect upon how life was like so long ago and what these ancient monuments meant to them.
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