Serenity and surfing on the Llŷn Peninsula Tweet In serene isolation, the lovely Ll?n Peninsula points out into the Irish Sea just west of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales (writes Rebecca Burns). Its Welsh-speaking inhabitants are adamant that their little patch of Wales is blessed with fairer weather than other parts of Britain's west coast, and the gentle sunshine I lapped up there only backs up their story.
Behind a curtain in Perpignan’s historical centre Tweet Twelve rocks lounge on polystyrene plates. I untether then slip their silky flesh, which doesn’t want to yield at first. As I sip their cool saline reservoir like a shot, I hardly notice that my chair perilously tips away from the counter (writes Douglas Blyde). Harvested from nearby Leucate, north of Perpignan, their ripe cucumber scented, iodine freshness mingles well with an almost translucent calcium dry white from Roussillon’s searing vineyards. cheap legal cialis order cialis online - millpharmacy.com cheap cialis for sale
A journey around the Black Sea Coast region Tweet While the popular image of Turkey is one of sandy Mediterranean beaches lapped by a turquoise sea, the Black Sea Coast reveals a very different, but equally compelling picture (writes Rebecca Burns). Cool and uncrowded, damp and dramatic, it is the least visited part of the country, yet it is possibly the most scenic and one of the most culturally-intact.