A collection of writings and thoughts..
Mari Lwyd festival held at the Gower Heritage Centre in January.
On my recent journey island hopping in Croatia the opportunity arose to take a side trip to Bosnia (which covers the north and centre) and Herzegovina (the south) of the country around 2 hours’ drive from Split.
As you look out across Swansea Bay a coastal outline that mirrors our own appears on the horizon.
Closest to Dubrovnik are the Elaphite’s, the name comes from the Greek word elafos, meaning deer as in ancient times the islands were home to a large deer population.
Croatia is a great destination for the independent traveler, summer schedules extend the availability of flights from local airports to Dubrovnik and Split.
Crymlyn Burrows is a nature reserve that follows the shoreline between the Bay campus in Swansea and Neath Estuary.
Since returning from India I have been busy working with local travel agent NEI UK Ltd to create a photographic tour of India in October.
Jaipur, India, photos of Amer Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Lake Palace (Jal Mahal), Palace of the Winds (Hawa Mahal) and some street scenes.
Above the alleys of Agra as the heat of the day subsides people begin to emerge from their homes
Early start for a morning safari in Ranthambhore National Park
VIDYA (Integrated Development for Youth and Adults) is an NGO operating in Mumbai supporting children from low income backgrounds
A reflection of the Golden Pagoda shimmers in the water as you look out from the ferry boat which takes you across to a palm fringed peninsula bordering Gorai creek, in the North-west of Mumbai, edged by the dark Arabian Sea.
Dharavi is known as Mumbai’s largest slum the connotation of the word suggests an overcrowded populated area of dilapidated housing inhabited by very poor people.
Juhu beach is one of India’s best known seaside locations, an expanse of white sand washed by the Arabian Sea
Dadar Phool (Hindu for flower) Market Mumbai.
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