Welcome to my travel blog.
I’m a freelance copywriter and amateur photographer in Pembrokeshire, west Wales. I’m slowly making my way round the UK, travelling as far as my budget will take me.
I’m intrigued by architecture, our varying rural landscapes, locals and their stories, and all the quirky small businesses. I usually walk until I’m passed hunger and despair at the journey back.
I’ll add in some useful travel tips, in particular advice for solo travellers and journeys on foot.
What I like and blog about
# Walking routes
# Interesting architecture
# Small businesses
# Live music
# Arts & Craft
# Gluten free food
# Travel on a budget
I am a freelance writer with a background in marketing. If you would like me to write for your business, or promote you in my blog get in touch for an obligation free chat.
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This blog is for anyone. I hope to make it as interesting as possible.
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A bit on Pembrokeshire
After returning home from a 7 year stint in London a few years ago, I’m re-discovering the beauty and quirkiness of Pembrokeshire. Growing up here, I spent most of the summer working – like most locals, so it’s enjoyable now to explore the area in more depth.
Pembrokeshire attracts all-sorts. The coastline is a national park and renown across the globe. Our walks our great, there are 100s for all levels of fitness and ability. On a fine day on the Preseli Mountains you can see Ireland. The lush and green countryside will calm your mind. The small towns and villages are fun to explore, each are very different with a personality to suit every visitor.
History and attractions are a plenty. Castles are popular and a good day out for all. Art you’ll find by way of local crafts and a few galleries and museums, and good music is scattered about in pubs, tiny cafes, funny venues and in some great summer festivals.
Of course we are in Wales, and you may hear some Welsh being spoken. It’s an interesting language, complex and beautiful. Venture into North Pembrokeshire if you want to hear it. Or visit Carmarthen or Cardigan, both just outside Pembrokeshire. Come visit! 🙂