Wild and picturesque with a wealth of history, Wales has escaped the attention of my wanderings until now. That mainly comes from being a Cestrian and having Wales on my doorstep for so long. As they say, when the jar is full of cookies, where's the fun in cookies?
The town is best known for its great stone castle, built by Edward I of England and consequently is sometimes seen as a symbol of English domination. This may well have been the case but it represents a significant part of the history of Britain and Wales. The castle has been well kept and can anyone deny getting a buzz from exploring the battlements and spiral staircases of this mighty castle?
Admittedly, the 20th December doesn't exactly bring with it balmy weather but then again neither does it bring with it the tourist hordes either.
After you've experienced my delights or horrors of United Kingdom, see what the destinations below may have in store for you.