The Welsh village of Portmeirion with its famous Stone Boat, Italianate buildings, bizarre statuary and borrowed architectural bits and bobs awakens a child-like glee.
An excellent airline that has risen in just two decades to be at the forefront of aviation.
It's a great mystery why James Cook named the east coast 'New South Wales', presumably it reminded him of the south Welsh landscape.
This is the Wales poet Dylan Thomas, who died after a heavy drinking session during a sell-out US recital tour, knew.
It's day one of our weekend canal boating experience and so far if we're not bumping off both banks we're zig-zagging along the canals like a drunk stumbling between bars.
This Welsh town is a dream come true if you're a fan of rail travel.
Discover a young at heart, genial capital.