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Glamping and roadtripping in Wales

You know it’s a good day when you start the day at 6am, jump in a car and drive a few hundred miles west, hike up a mountain and then spot about ten dolphins doing their thing from the top. But let me start at the beginning. It was about 50 hours until my graduation, 62 hours until I’d leave England, so there’d at least be 48 hours for a decent la[...]

The DO Lectures: Talks that inspire Action

photo by James Whitaker for the Do Lectures Great ideas need to be shared. This is the simple thought behind the DO Lectures, a tiny event taking place inside a cosy tent in Wales, founded by David and Clare Hieatt. Every year they organise a weekend in the name of great ideas that deserve to be spread. A weekend full of talks and workshops, live-music an[...]

Beautiful Trearddur Bay

I saw alot of places during my four month stint in Europe this past year. The Eiffel Tower, Trevi Fountain, Cliffs of Moher, you name it, and yet some of my most cherished memories come from the time I spent with my grandmother in Trearddur Bay, Wales. Trearddur Bay is a gem of a town located south of Holyhead on the island of Angelesey, Wales. Yes, the very[...]