Category Archive: Wales

My 13 best travel experiences in Europe

It’s a frosty winter morning here in Denmark, so I thought it would be a good day to stay warm inside and cherish some of the greatest travel memories I have stored on… Continue reading

Unique Accommodation: Classy and affordable hostel in South Wales

When accommodation owners and managers really care about their buildings and they run their businesses with passion, it shines through in the quality and details of the place. I could feel right away… Continue reading

Travelooney’s Random Travel Awards 2017 – Part 2

2017 was a busy travel year for me and I’m many European memories and experiences richer as I start off 2018. Therefore I’d like to “reward” some of the destinations and locations I’ve… Continue reading

Travelooney’s Random Travel Awards 2017 – Part 1

2017 was a busy travel year for me as I collected many new memories around Europe. Therefore I’d like to “reward” some of the destinations and locations I’ve had the priviledge to visit… Continue reading

Christmas in Europe: 13 first hand travel tips

While some people don’t like to travel during the Christmas-season, many other people love to see how it’s all done in other cities and countries, when it comes to Christmas markets, shopping and… Continue reading

Combine Wales and Ireland with Irish Ferries

Being Danish, I remember the times when we had to take the ferry between the islands of Funen and Zealand. It was exciting to board the ferry and spend time exploring the corridors… Continue reading

Travel Thoughts: Leaving Pembrokeshire

Do you know the feeling you get when you leave a place, but you somehow know you’re gonna be back again soon? That’s how I’ve been feeling the past two years when leaving… Continue reading

Wales: Discovering Chepstow and Tintern Abbey

Chepstow might not be listed in your guidebook as a top attraction in Wales, but the bordertown on the River Wye has its own charm, a huge castle and great selection of walking… Continue reading

12 extraordinary structures around Wales

Wales might be small, but for its size it “hides” a surprisingly large amount of historic structures and ruins – from castles to cathedrals and Victorian piers. Far too many to list them… Continue reading

Live from… Wales: from capital to coastline

From my little window I can currently see and hear how the wind shakes the nearby trees, that are slowly changing from green to shades of red and gold. The sky has been… Continue reading