How Wales Cured My New Zealand Withdrawal

I doubt that you will ever meet someone who has left New Zealand without falling in love with the country’s majestic, captivating landscapes. Even though I last visited the country nearly seven years ago, I never hesitate to exclaim that is the country I dream about returning to on a daily basis.

As part of our ‘turning 30’ lists, we had decided to spend more time exploring Britain. Therefore, we booked a short 3-night break to North Wales. We stayed in Holyhead, Angelsey – which gifted us with a beautiful view of Snowdonia National Park. From there, it was a 40 minute drive to Snowdon. Photos from @foreacharoad.

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Pentraeth – Red Wharf Bay

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Holyhead – South Stack

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Hiking Mount Snowdon

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Holyhead – Trearddur

Of course, nothing will ever live up to our beloved NZ, but the beauty of Snowdonia and North Wales, is a taste of Aotearoa, 90 minutes from Manchester.

We are on the hunt for other destinations around the United Kingdom that help to heal the withdrawal symptoms of other faraway beauties…

 

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Author: LoopsDoes

Travel and Interiors - London

7 thoughts on “How Wales Cured My New Zealand Withdrawal”

  1. Wow! that is a beauty alright 🙂 How I wish I could have a piece of NZ here in the desert too haha! The allure of ME is far different in nature and I am starting to like it too.

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