Llyn Llydaw

Lake Llydaw

As we climbed on top of Snowdon this Easter, we came across Llyn Llydaw (Welsh for Brittania). This is said to hold the legendary Excalibur sword offered to King Arthur by Nimue, The Lady of the Lake. After Arthur was fatally wounded at the Battle of Camlann, she reclaimed the sword in the deep waters of Llydaw. Some researchers claim that the lake was actually Llyn Ogwen, where a recent (2017) archeological discovery was done of a 6th century sword.

Horses of the Mist

Horses of the mist

One lovely month of May, I took a trip to Gower in Wales. There I found a beautiful manor house called Parc Le Breos, near Three Cliffs Bay. The house had a horse farm and tourists could ride to the beach. Some of these horses were like paintings in the morning mist. I loved it there and hope to return one day.

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