What To Eat In Wales! From where to go, to what to eat, here is just a sample of the delicious comfort foods you'll find in Wales including Welsh Cakes, Bara Brith, Rarebit, and some of the best ice cream I've ever tasted.
The Wales Coast Path is often missing from the hiker’s bucket list. Treks like the Inca Trail and Kilimanjaro have their rightful spots, but the path along the Welsh coastline, speckled with quaint towns, immersed in history, and blanketed with fairytale-inspiring landscapes, somehow hasn’t made the cut. Perhaps most hikers simply haven’t heard of it.
Chepstow Castle (Welsh: Cas-gwent), looms and broods atop a cliff across the River Wye which separates England and Wales. It’s a huge place, much larger inside than it looks, fantastically atmospheric and praised by intrepid travellers. It is also 12 miles from Tintern Abbey, so there’s your day out; and you can’t beat the price (£4.50)
My ancestors left by 1624 ( Owen/Vaughan), however if the Davis family was from Wales, sometime before 1790. My surnames in Wales: Owen, Vaughan,Puleston, Pughe,Wynn, Morgan, Richard, Llwyd, Nannau, probably Davis. My husband's surnames: Thomas, Pritchard, Llewellyn (Lewellen), Humphrey