Brian retired from the Electricity Supply Industry a number of years ago, after a career as an engineer and manager, working throughout South Wales. Originally from the Eastern Valley of Gwent, he now lives in Mumbles. He has always been a keen walker since his hiking days in the scouts and has ascended most of the main peaks in Wales and completed numerous long-distance trails. His interests include rugby and male-voice singing he has sung all over the country and toured many times overseas with the Cwmbran, Morriston Orpheus and Phoenix Choirs.
Wales a Walk Through Time Harlech to Cemaes Bayby Brian E. Davies
Using an historical perspective to enrich the journey, Wales: A Walk Through Time describes a unique walk through a remarkable country. Illustrated with a fascinating collection of old photographs and contemporary images, the route has been specially chosen to explore the beauty and history of Wales. The walk so far had taken us through the proud industrial heritage of South Wales and glorious landscapes of central Wales, but this time, in the third and final part of the series, we have reached North Wales.
The journey begins on the North Wales coast, where we stumble upon the world heritage site Conwy Castle, Llandudno and the Ormes. We are then guided to the Llyn coastal path, which trails through an area of outstanding national beauty, the Llyn Peninsula, with its sandy beaches, towering cliffs and rolling hills. Finally, we will reach the Isle of Anglesey, the last stop on our journey. Crossing over the Menai Strait to Ynys Môn, we will encounter 125 miles of stunning coastline and a paradise of wild flowers and bird life.
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