Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time

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Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time

Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time

Something about Wales that’s quite intriguing especially if it’s attached to a name. Prince of Wales, Queen of Wales, Princess of Wales, Pauper of Wales. Still sounds royalty – but not everyone knows about this reserved and tasteful country. Bringing in some voice and noise to this country by sharing some travel stories!
Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time
Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time

In Wales, surprisingly, it’s all about deep valleys, ragged coastlines, ancient castles, dragons, and myths. It’s hovering on the side of western Europe, part of United Kingdom. There’s so much physical and natural beauty in this small mass of country, not to forget also – it’s Welsh community and culture – made a few friends instantly, sociable bunch of people. It’s something that I personally would like to come back for in the near future. Maybe, tomorrow.
Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time
Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time
Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time
Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time

Welsh, Celtic, and Romanticism - the architecture, class, and contemporary culture that can now be found in Cardiff, Wales, its capital, is pretty much in between big cities like London and Barcelona, but still private enough like Belfast. Cardiff is the tenth largest city in the United Kingdom, and is ranked sixth in the world in National Geographic's alternative tourist destinations.
Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time
Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time
Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time
Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time
Wales Travel: When You Visit Wales for the First Time

London may have set the bar high, and Belfast is a whole unique city on its own, but certainly Cardiff and the rest of Wales is deserving of a travel chapter on its own. If you’re looking for the laidback sporty and creative European culture, Wales may come into play. Join me as we engage with Cardiff and the rest of Wales for all its red dragon-like travel stories -


Bowdy is an amateur adventurer, a coffee sleepyhead, and a start-up rooter, with a penchant for classic-looking photos. At last count, he has visited some 52 countries, and is now living in Singapore. He's always in search of fascinating routines to exploit, within the edges of after-office hours and (un)limited holidays.

For collaboration ideas, email bowdywanders@gmail.com.

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