Dolgoch and Abergynolwyn
Maybe it’s because I’m one-eighth Welsh, but I have a great fondness for Wales. Maybe it’s the seaside holidays I had there as a child. Maybe it’s the simple life and rugged countryside. Maybe it’s warm friendly civilised local people I meet, every time I visit... [see more]
August Bank Holiday
There are plenty of weird British traditions, but one of the best has to be the August Bank Holiday Weekend. This is a time when everybody is expected to leave their homes, and head for a guest house or holiday cottage, preferably all leaving at the same time in order to create traffic chaos... [see more]
The future of the United Kingdom will be decided by the Scots tomorrow. For the first time since the independence of Irish Republic in 1922, the UK may get smaller, or it might not.
North Americans, who for years have called the UK “England”, might finally be correct, if the Scottish get their republic... [see more]