In fifth and final part of our hike around Anglesey we visit the west coast of the island. We hike across spectacular headlands, pretty beaches, and we get a private airshow by the RAF Red Arrows. On our last day we hike across Holyhead Mountain, high above the clouds.
In part four of our hike around Anglesey we stop by a town called Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. We hike to Llanddwyn Island where we visit the church of St. Dwynwen, Welsh patron saint of lovers, who had a magical well full of enchanted eels that could tell the fortunes of lovesick pilgrims.
In part three of our Anglesey hike, we hike around Red Wharf Bay estuary, W hike through some pretty rolling hills to Penmon Point. We visit Penmon Priory, and we get chased by a bull on the way to Bangor.
In part two of our hike around Anglesey we visit a tiny church founded by St. Patrick himself. We spot the dorsal fins of porpoises just offshore. We put in a long day to end up at gigantic Benllech beach.
In part one of our Anglesey hike we visit Holyhead, a port town on the Irish Sea. We hike along sandy coves and rocky headlands to Church Bay, where we stay in a loft above a seafood restaurant. We then hike to Cemaes, where we get lost in a nuclear power plant.
We started our Lofoten trip in Tromsø (read part one of our journey). We drove across the island of Hinnøya (read part two of our roadtrip), and we stayed in the town of Svolvaer on Austvågøya island. Nusfjord Flakstadøya and
In part three of our car tour of northern Norway, we stay in a traditional rorbu cabin, and we check out millions of cod drying on fish racks.
In part two of our car tour of northern Norway, we tour Hinnøya and Austvågøya, the innermost islands of the Lofoten island chain.
In part one of our car tour of northern Norway, we look around Tromsø’s harbour. We drive to Tjelsundbrua, where we camp out in a shipping container. We walk on a cold-water coral beach under the midnight sun.
Imagine a red-rock desert with vibrant spring wildflowers at the edge of a deep blue sea. We found just this along the Vicentine Coast of southern Portugal, a stretch of coastline spared from development. We stumbled upon this hike rather by accident.