Posts Tagged ‘ Carmarthen ’

Messing about in coracles

Aug 21st, 2015 | By
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By my count there are twenty-one types of coracle or currach in the UK and Ireland. Now is peak season for the regattas and racingn and this Saturday there is the 65th regatta at Cilgerran in north Pembrokeshire.

A day in…Carmarthen

Jun 4th, 2014 | By

“I have to watch my cutlery this weekend; they’ll have it all away.” The lady, gossiping to her fellow worker in the Tesco café in Carmarthen, was talking of the big caravan exhibition at the county showground just outside Carmarthen. Sometimes visitors are not so welcome!

A Carmarthenshire Scenic Spot

Nov 5th, 2009 | By

You get many travel writers promoting the sites from train journeys. I have travelled myself on the Indian Pacific which travels from Sydney to Perth. (I got as far as Peterborough in South Australia when I got bored and took a train instead to Adelaide.)The Bullet train, the Orient Express, the train to Kyle of Lochalsh and the Blaenau Festiniog railway are also supposed to be things you should do.

Well let me offer another, cut down version for you to consider.