Histourism: A weekend in Snowdonia

Two weeks ago my supervisor at my internship gave me one day's notice to go to Caernarfon in the north of Wales to visit a literary festival, Gwyl Arall, and gave me permission to take a day or two to off to enjoy myself there since I'd technically be working on the weekend. Transport and... Continue Reading →

Shutterspeed: Two walks on the Gower

Last weekend I went to visit Swansea's main attraction: the Gower peninsula. A treasure trove of natural beauty! On Saturday I made my way down to the Worm's Head, a cluster of small islands on the west coast, and then walked along the coastal path to the end of Rhossili beach. On Sunday I went to... Continue Reading →

Histourism: Bath and Swansea

I am currently doing an internship in Swansea, South Wales, and on my way there last week I spent a most lovely day in Bath, in England. A charming little town, Bath was most famously inhabited by Jane Austen and, just a little before that, by the Romans. What I was most excited to see were... Continue Reading →

Histourism: London

Notice! Because I'm reformatting my photos, this post is without pictures at the moment.   London is a city I can never get enough of. I went for the fifth time this week, and I was again delighted to the point of giddiness by the unexpected, the old, the new, the classic, the alternative, and... Continue Reading →

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