All posts tagged “wales

Mount Snowdon – The journey back down

Something has changed. In the time we stopped to rest at the top my legs seem to have gone. I don’t quite understand it but our trek down the mountain is so much harder than it was going up. I accept it as the norm […]

Climbing Mount Snowdon – Going up

Previously on Little Time Machine I prepared for climbing Mount Snowdon. It’s the day of the climb and my wife and I are taking a restful walk around Abersoch. We walk on the beach and take in the view totally unaware that the mountain range […]

Being in nature instead of being in fear.

I recently rewatched this incredible video on swimming naked in the lakes of Wales. This is an amazing video for many reasons. The cinematography is fantastic. The story is really interesting. Everyone involved has done a great job. But most of all the idea of […]

A day at sea on the Waverley

Bought for £1 and fully restored to service the PS Waverley is the last sea going paddle steamer. She’s a beautiful ship and she sails from Liverpool on a day trip to Llandudno and Anglesey. I wholeheartedly recommend it. I’ve flown over Liverpool a couple […]

Cemaes Bay Peace Camp

At 8 points around the UK coastline there are peace camps. Produced by Artichoke, the people who brought La Machine to Liverpool, and in collaboration with Fiona Shaw the peace camps are glowing signals to embrace peace. They operate from dusk to dawn and are […]

A trip to Wales

My girlfriend and I visited North Wales for 2 days to relax in a 3G-less area with locomotives, rivers, winding roads, stunning views and cake. Wales has lots to offer, even extendable sheep. Just one hour’s drive takes us to the Horseshoe Pass where we […]