Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Beautiful Wales

 During my recent holiday exchange in the UK, after spending a few days with friends in Cornwall, I decided to drive up through Wales back to the said home.

As there was no rush to get back, a night's stopover at a B&B seemed a good idea, giving me the chance to explore the magnificent countryside at a relaxed pace.

I opted for the charming town of Crickhowell, a little NW of Abergavenney (see map below)










It was a delightful visit and I am grateful for the opportunity to have seen the glorious countryside and for the good weather too!

Joining in with fellow bloggers at Outdoor Wednesday
and thanks to Susan for hosting.

12 comments:

Linda W. said...

Love the old brick buildings and the bridge. Looks like a beautiful place!

carol l mckenna said...

Great travel shots ~ love the pinecones ~ very creative! ~ thanks, ^_^

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

EG CameraGirl said...

Traveling at a relaxed pace seems so wise to me. There's so much to see so why race by? :)

New Jersey Memories said...

I would love to visit that part of the world *sigh*

So beautiful. Thanks for posting!

Jim said...

These are wonderful shots.

Icy BC said...

You have some very interesting photos and it is such a beautiful place.

Light and Voices said...

Oh me, oh my, traveling with such ease without any got to rush here and see this and that and the other place. Outstanding photos of a wonderful place to visit.
JM, Illinois, U.S.A.

Dave @ Around Anchorage, Alaska said...

Great pics! Love the old buildings.

xinex said...

Fabulous travel photos! Great sceneries,....Christine

Liz said...

Wonderful place to visit. I spent a day in Wales back in 2010. I'd love to go back one day to explore for longer.

diane b said...

Beautiful scenery. Glad you had chance to stop and take it all in. We visited Adelaide recently, it was very cold.

Indrani said...

Nice trip around the place, great captures too.
Happy ODW!

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