Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Wandering in Wales

At only 1085 metres, Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales isn't much higher than the Appenines I'm used to. But what a difference a few degrees of latitude and temperature make?
It took me about 5 hours to pop up and down the miner's trail to the top whilst the others had a coffee, and yet another slice of bram brack at the end of Bangor pier.

Quite a view from the top!

Lovely week. Lovely place packed with castles ...Grandma and Lindy strolling in Carnarfon...

And endless beaches....

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have to say it looks beautiful, I will add it to my 'have to visit list'.
Love Bettyboo