Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Gower Wales Part 2

This post is continuing from previous post about out trip to The Gower in Wales. See part 1

There was more fun on the beach...
Yum matching babies...
Cousins discussing the state of the economy...
While the older one..um..talks to rocks...

Question. When exactly was it that my baby lost the baby part? I keep wondering who this boys is. I can almost see him as he will be one day.

It's okay though the little one still got enough baby in him yet...

We all swam in the sea too but I was too busy enjoying myself to capture any shots of that.

And what is British holiday without a castle ruin to look around? This Oxwich Castle was not worth the £5 we paid. It is very small but we liked exploring it...


I always wish I could see how these places really looked all those years ago..


Points to those of you who can spy which child is having a strop at this point...


Mostly all holiday I admired the wild horses that seemed to be everywhere. Wild horses seem different to the regular horses that I'm used to seeing. They seem to move in their own way.

They ran more, played more, and eyed me with much less suspicion...

I might be imagining it but look. I was walking right among them, as if I was part of their world rather than them being part of mine...

And they didn't mind one bit...

Probably having to much fun.


 And these guys were always kissing...
Guys seriously? Get a room...



Despite our rocky past (long story) I freaking love horses. Shame they don't all live this freely...

Oh and did I mention we were also on holiday with our gorgeous and brand spanking new nephew? Note to broody women everywhere if you want your uterus to remain stable look away now...
Argh! cute baby feet

With matching baby hands...
Wales I'm so digging you right now...
Oyster catchers waiting to make their move


Which they did once my boys came running...
Everywhere I look I'm seeing pretty...

 Including my boys bonding and growing...



And of course who can forget the evening walks in the lovely Welsh countryside...

*Sigh* Good times.

1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous boy pictures... lovely seeing them play together.. my Nathan is an only child and I often wish is had two.
    The wild horses are really lovely, right? A freedom and giddyness about them. Super pics from your holiday.
    Where else to visit? ... I've been to Aviemore in Scotland - beautiful forests and wild cattle/stags. Snowdonia is also very picturesque, super for camping. Bath and Oxford - brilliant for history.;-)

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