Trip to North Wales Round Up #UnexpectedGB

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Greetings,

I’m writing this from a train somewhere outside Chester as I’m back in England. I’m off to visit my cousin for a night before heading back to London for the better half of a week and thought I’d share with you a round up from my wonderful trip to North Wales. I’m so glad I had the opportunity to finally visit North Wales and it has quickly become a favorite of mine. I’ll most certainly be encouraging others to visit as well as making plans to revisit myself and I’ll have you know there really is so much more to Great Britain than just London…

The trip started off in London and the next day I was off to North Wales where the rest of the trip took place. This morning I left Llandudno on an absolutely picture perfect day and I wasn’t really ready to leave to be honest. The night before I went to a pub and met some friendly locals; I was just starting to get a feel for the place but such is life and the show must go on. Below are the posts I’ve created from this short but incredibly sweet stay.

As you can see it was an action packed week and I ate so much lamb it’s ludicrous. Next time I come I’d like to see more castles, play some of their phenomenal looking links courses, stay at the Celtic Manor as it’s always been a dream of mine and visit the Penderyn Distillery. I’m also quite interested on climbing Mount Snowdon, learning a little more Welsh and doing some fishing in a few of the deep lakes we passed on this trip.

That said, I’m leaving with a smile and should I never return, I’ve got memories to last a lifetime which is more than enough. I’d also like to recommend John from Boutique Tours and Alywn from Celticos Tours should you wish to make the most of your trip through North Wales. Both these gents were very knowledgeable, professional and patient! Call John if you’re looking to visit most of the popular sites and Alwyn if you’re looking to get off the beaten path, dig a little deeper and see parts of the countryside few do.

This post is from a campaign that was created and sponsored by Visit Britain in partnership with iambassador. That said, obviously all thoughts are my own as they always have been and always will be.

Tips hat,

P.S: Stay tuned in the coming weeks for my video blogs from the trip.

1 Comment

  1. the welsh wizard

    November 22, 2014 at 12:22 pm

    What an interesting place, and so beautiful

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