Ynys Lawd is actually the small island on which South Stack Lighthouse was built.
As you can see from these photographs, the location is absolutely breathtaking, and if you are adventurous enough to brave 400 steps up and down a cliff face, you're in luck! This lighthouse is open to visitors all year round (but it's best to check ahead if they'll close it down for scheduled maintenance).
Read all about its history HERE.
Before I start commenting on that US Election Candidate, let me first say that Vanity Fair Magazine is my new favourite Monthly.
It's everything any woman could want: yes, it has celeb pieces, fashion advertorials, and pop commentary, but more than that, it also feeds the intellect with well written, in-depth articles such as 'Whose N.R.A. is it?' (Sarah Ellison), 'Snakes on a Campaign' (Nicholas Shaxson) and 'St. George's Hidden Dragons' (Benjamin Wallace), to name a few.
They know what women want (hint: it is more than frilly things, pretty colours and gossip). I am just disappointed that I live way down here, because the most recent issue I could get my hands on, was that of August 2016 - and thanks to the weakness of the South African Rand, I had to pay roughly four times what I would for a local glossy.
As for my thoughts on Ol' Donald...
I am in no mood to rehash the whole Nkandla saga we went through (or the fact that Jacob Zuma is still sit…
Farol de Felgueiras, Porto
Except for the images I found (below), I also think you should check out Gail At Large's Foz Do Duoro post if you want to learn more about Portugal. Actually, just follow her blog - she posts regularly, and each post is complimented by beautiful photographs, most of them her own.