Digging up the past 25/11/13
I thought of interviewing my nan to find out more about my families past, as my parents hardly knew anything. My nanny (Ethyl May Price) was born in 1903 and died in 1998 making me five. 696 more words
South Wales has a number of incredible high quality restaurants which serve some of the best Welsh food around.
From the tops of the Valleys to the shores of Cardiff Bay, if you look hard enough, you’ll find some amazing gems hidden away. 175 more words
AnneMarie wrote about love songs this week. I’m going to write about the vote on Scottish independence. It’s just the way I roll. Now, I have never been to Scotland: I have always considered it something akin to beyond the Wall in The Game of Thrones, I did not enjoy Braveheart, Kilts look ridiculous in wedding photos, and I could not give two hoots about Andy Murray and a slightly diminishing ‘Team GB’ (sick) medal count, but despite all of this – IT CANNOT BE ALLOWED TO HAPPEN. 778 more words
Y criw ddoe yn cyfweld a Llyr Roberts o flaen y golygfa anhygoel yn Nhrefforest
The crew yesterday interviewing Llyr Roberts infront of the amazing backdrop at Treforest
The beginning of November is a fairly predictable month on Facebook. Rather than gripe about pretty much everything from drivers they’ve never met to football plays they’ve never executed, people begin the month with a very cliché list that lasts about one week. 1,499 more words