dros ben llestri
your own or others
I went a few years ago after getting a bit obsessed with the place due to the Prisoner. It was lovely! One of the best holidays I've had that. We were meant to go to Morocco but the Spanish air traffic controllers went on strike so we did a week's camping trip around the perimeter/coast of all of Wales. Lots of driving, but it was fantastic. Such a beautiful country!was there at the festival last weekend
magical special place
Reminds me a bit of Pleasant Valley, down near Stepaside and Amroth here in Pembrokeshire, which is now a beautiful rural idyll, but houses the ruins of a quite significant Industrial Revolution ironworks...
The site of the old Melingriffith tin plate works, in Coryton, north Cardiff - 30 second walk from a McDonalds and the M4...
We get those great bars of cloud down here in Pembrokeshire, too - usually East/Westish.thumbs up from me too ....I live in Font-y-Gary , favorite walk ever if I'm in the mood is home to St Donats along the heritage coastal path and catch the train back from LLantwitt ..... Amazingly underused . often in spring or winter I'm the only one there. And then Nash point to Southerndown.
Some I've taken from earlier this year
I've seen some of it myself. I've seen some in photos. I've certainly not seen anything that qualifies as "world class" in either form but if it's really true I'd be interested to see what has escaped my attention.You presumably haven't seen much of it, then?
It is always going to be a subjective matter. But if you have seen nothing in some of the photos that have been posted in this thread that could persuade you of the incredible beauty of some of Wales' coastal scenery, then I suspect you're unpersuadable, and probably best left to your curmudgeonly waysI've seen some of it myself. I've seen some in photos. I've certainly not seen anything that qualifies as "world class" in either form but if it's really true I'd be interested to see what has escaped my attention.