{wales} mermaids in cardiff

April 10, 2018

Mermaid Quay is like the embarcadero or boardwalk area of Cardiff. There’s no beach here, but it is where boats might port and, of course, where the rest of the (non-boat) world shops and dines. Mermaid Quay is actually quite a walk from downtown Cardiff, and considering the rain at the time of my hike over there, the walk seemed even longer! Once I arrived, there was no one around, but that’s probably because it was early morning and because it was pouring, jt because nobody ever visits. While there, I noticed a beautiful red church and lots of art including interesting modern buildings. At least such a capitalistic area of the city is still appreciative of great art!

Read more about our United Kingdom adventure here:
Scotland – edinburgh, the old cityall things national museum • holyrood views 15th century st. giles cathedral closes abound edinburgh’s castle headed north dunkeld, the first stop the highlands killiecrankie’s soldier’s leap a wee dram of tomatin here comes the snow clava cairns’ standing stones crossing the bridge to skye isle of skye sites the old man of storreilean donan castle the heeland coo kilt rock “city” of portree black and white glen coe the last loch celebrating william wallace it’s the food!
Wales – cardiff’s majestic castle countryside it’s the food!fantasy costell cochcaerphilly castle + dragons dusk cardiff buildings the national museum collection

A Welsh photo adventure:


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