煊煊煊煊Linton is a small town full of poetry. It is located on the northern edge of Exmoor and is connected by the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway. It is a great place for trekking. The most popular trekking is going to the amazing rock canyon, just 1 mile west of Linton. Many winding rock formations have names and are very interesting. At the same time, the canyon is also home to many wild goats. Other popular routes meandering to the lighthouse on the eastern tip of Lynmouth and Watersmeet 2 miles upstream of Lynmouth are also worth a try.
E56***06These photos were not taken early morning on a miserable British winter’s day. i took them in the peak tourist season in August when it one of the best summers they had. And yet no tourists, no beach bums, no drunks. it was beautiful and the complete opposite to the crazy crowds at Brighton Beach. Only a handful of people making it an excellent tomantic spot with that some ever so special. If you go, do take some supplies as few shops etc. The public transport system is modest with a direct bus from Swansea city centre. I can’t tell you how much i love this beach, it remains simple, accessible and not like my Caribbean home where beaches like this get hotel racked & stacked in a few years. Simply Go, GO!
M32***23Swansea Castle was built in the 13th century. This old castle has been used as a market, a town hall and even a prison. However, due to various reasons, the castle is now in ruins. It has long lost its former style and only remains A broken wall. As Swansea Castle is located in the center of Swansea City, the wreckage of this castle is particularly abrupt under the strong contrast of modern architecture. But Xiaoyuan was very moved, because it also reflects the local government's efforts to protect historical cultural relics and respect for history and culture. Although there are only ruins in the castle, it is a good place to take pictures. For those who like to take retro art photos, this is also a good place.
E23***16Worth checking out to see this attraction. If you enjoy history, you will love it. I recommend getting the 45 minute tour (costs extra) and see parts of the castle you won't see. One room just recently opened to tours for the first time in 20 years.
M43***62We always make a beeline for the Pump House when in Gheluvelt Park as its a warm and welcoming place, especially on a drizzly November day.It seems to constantly stay fresh with mini makeovers and changes to the menu.They support local producers too and always offer advice or share good ideas for eco warriors young and old!
大熊猫猪New Zealand's Stonehenge: Castle Hill, you must have the body of a boulder to prevent it from being blown away by the wind! But in fact it feels so-so, the huge rocks in many places are much more spectacular than them.