Read my latest blog at Best of Pembrokeshire, where I describe a day in the life of a tour guide. On this tour I lead a family of four around some of the coastline of St Davids and finish off at St Davids cathedral. Click the following link to hear more of our day out….thank you.
For 2016 Wales has declared ” year of adventure”. It’s not all about jumping off cliffs, adventure is for all abilities. Let me share with you share my own thoughts about being a professional guide in the year of adventure. https://www.thebestof.co.uk/local/pembrokeshire/community-hub/blog/view/year-of-adventure—professional-guiding
David P Bridges, ” The Major”, is an American Historical novelist and he gave me my most interesting tour guiding work of 2015. Read how we spent our 5 days together around Pembrokeshire, researching his next novel, ” Eden’s Clan”. https://www.thebestof.co.uk/local/pembrokeshire/community-hub/blog/view/american—pembrokeshire-links
Read about one of my tour guiding events as a tour guide leading a group of Indians around Pembrokeshire. Insights of the meeting of 2 faiths and 2 cultures, Indian Hindu and Welsh Christian and how we shared our heritage as one. Guest blog at….https://www.thebestof.co.uk/local/pembrokeshire/community-hub/blog/view/a-meeting-of-2-faiths-and-2-cultures
Read about the rocky outcrop and Bluestone quarry at Craig Rhosyfelin and an encounter with the famous archaeologist Mike Parker Pearson. Read more at the guest blog..https://www.thebestof.co.uk/local/pembrokeshire/community-hub/blog/view/craig-rhosyfelin—bluestone-quarry
A best of Pembrokeshire guest blog exploring the mystery of the Preseli hills and the Preseli Bluestones. The sites of Carn Meini and Craig Rhosyfelin. Read on..https://www.thebestof.co.uk/local/pembrokeshire/community-hub/blog/view/preseli-bluestones—the-mystery-continues
In this guest blog we begin to explore our early prehistoric Pembrokeshire sites, and our local hunter and gatherers. Read on..https://www.thebestof.co.uk/local/pembrokeshire/community-hub/blog/view/prehistoric-pembrokeshire.
For many people the quiet timeless quality and slow pace of life is for them the real Pembrokeshire promise. In my first guest blog for Best of Pembrokeshire, we begin to unpack the Pembrokeshire promise, about Wynford Vaughan Thomas and how he knew the real promise of Pembrokeshire. Read on to discover more…https://www.thebestof.co.uk/local/pembrokeshire/community-hub/blog/view/pembrokeshire-promise—an-introduction
In the beginning……
Let’s start at the beginning, I guess that starts with the rocks and geology. I’m not a geologist but I like to build up a picture of our county in a full way and that starts with what has been under our feet for millions of years, the geology of our earth. [click to continue…]
Well here it is the start of a Pembrokeshire promise. To those who know what a Pembrokeshire promise is, I will do my utmost to ensure that this blog is kept up to date and is not just another Pembrokeshire promise. [click to continue…]