I spend the day in the west of Pembrokeshire; exploring one of Wales’s most important cultural sites and Britain’s smallest city.
After a long hiatus I have returned and for some reason I’m in Vienna. For a year.
In part five of my Portuguese adventure we end up in the town of Sintra and atop a rather magnificent Moorish castle
I take a stroll around the timeless centerpiece that is Castlerigg stone circle one of the oldest monuments of its kind in Great Britain.
For our fourth day we arrive on the holy island of Lindisfarne, a site which still resonates with many British Christians due to its role in history.
For day three of our holiday in Northumberland we travel a short distance along is coast to discover two separate, and rather different, castles
To cap off my last days at Uni, I explore some of the sites situated in the hills of Llyn, notably the summits of Yr Eifl, and I come across what may be one of Great Britain’s most spectacular ancient fortresses
I examine some of the passages written about North Wales by one of the country’s most prestigious historians, Gerald of Wales
I examine the history of the Roman Legio XX Valeria Victrix in Wales and the fortress of Segontium