Cardiff: Coed-y-Felin (Mill Wood)

While it isn’t too much of a treasure trove to write about, the Mill Wood (pronounced Koid-e-Velin in Welsh) did the job of providing an afternoons walk and eventually offered a pleasant surprise but let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves. The Meadow of my last Cardiff blog is not too far away for […]

Warsaw: In Search of Mokotow

The fourth in the ‘in search of..’ blogs and I admit this one is a little brief in that there’s absolutely no trace of the former airport. It’s much more exciting when there is a remnant of its historical past present, be it a terminal, part of the runway or even a decaying aircraft. Some […]

Cardiff: The Meadow

If Bute Park is Cardiff’s Hyde or Central Park and Roath Park is its Regent’s Park, then the (unnamed) Meadow Walk is possibly its Hampstead Heath. And to think I only knew the north of Cardiff for its city train line but living up here these past few months has been a revelation. For the […]

Bristol: Return to a Place of Remembered Beauty

*As mentioned in my previous Bristol blog, the trip on May 23rd 2018 travelled Clifton to Bishopston, however for poetic licence I’m going to present it as was in the late eighties to mid nineties when this was a familiar route on my visits and where I ‘discovered’ Redland. Ideally a blog of this nature […]