Best Welsh Christmas Markets – Part 1

Best Welsh Christmas Markets – Part 1

Wales is not known for its warm winters. Instead the beaches become deserted and the crowds start to fill out the cities and towns instead, with warm yellow lights and trees covered in colour, Christmas time is still a wonderful time to visit. To get the best out of your shopping spree and to see the most unique things each individual town has to offer, you may...

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A Hub of Diversity Part 2

A Hub of Diversity Part 2

The Last Five Years From Tony Award winning composer and playwright comes a show that has recently been adapted into a film starring musically associated Anna Kendrick, well known for her work in the Pitch Perfect accapella series. The stage show however comes to the Wales Millennium Center bringing with it the pop-rock stylings and unconventional relationship...

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A Hub of Diversity Part 1

A Hub of Diversity Part 1

The Wales Millenium Centre is a great place commence your day when visiting the country. Night after night it is host to huge stage shows that cover a diverse range of topics, themes and cultures that is hard to find at any other show venue around. With everything from live music to ballet, opera and everything in between the WMC does not dissapoint those who...

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Welsh Tales of Tragedy – Part 2

Welsh Tales of Tragedy – Part 2

Ynyslas Shores Unlike many tales of the past that revolve around a single person or building this tale covers that of an entire kingdom. Though it goes by many names The Lowland Hundred or the Plain of Gwyddno is today renowned as a story that centers on the Welsh equivalent of Atlantis. This legendary kingdom is told to have had rich lands that once stretched...

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Welsh Tales of Tragedy – Part 1

Welsh Tales of Tragedy – Part 1

The Great Famine Memorial Standing solemnly in Cathays Cemetery in Cardiff, is a Celtic Cross made from Irish limestone. This unsuspecting statue may look completely normal amongst the other headstones and marble markers of the deceased but this one has a much larger bank of people it is remembering – the Irish immigrants of the 1800’s. during the Potato famine...

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