Thank you

by Val

Llanddwyn Beach Anglesey

Llanddwyn Beach Anglesey

Llanddwyn Beach Anglesey
Mynydd Bodafon Anglesey
Mynydd Bodafon Hooligans

Hi Wil


We are coming to live on Anglesey and I just wanted to thank you for your wonderful website.

It fills me with excitement and anticipation when I look at all the wonderful places to see and visit.

You paint pictures with your words, and your love for the island shines bright within each description you give.

Thank you again, I can't wait to see them.

Valerie




Wow! What's a bloke to say?

You are most welcome to my home Island and I hope that you make yourself a most happy home here.

There is so much of Anglesey I have not yet had the time to write about, which means that there are plenty of magical places for you to discover for yourself.

The two spots above: Llanddwyn Beach and Mynydd Bodafon are my favourite evening jaunts at the moment.

I'd recommend my forest walk to Abermenai, Llanddwyn for a really nice late June evening.

Be well. I wish you excellent health and years and years of happiness here on Anglesey

Wil

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