Dolphins, Pembrokeshire coast

Dolphins | Pembrokeshire Coast

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SALE OF THE CENTURY?

Now here’s something you may not expect from someone used to swanning around in £500 ski jackets and £300 ski pants (not that I actually pay for ‘em, mind) – a rave review of ski gear costing literally a fraction of the price of the stuff I ponce around in. I’ve just...

IT’S ALL GOING DOWNHILL AT WHITESANDS

Well, things don’t get any better at Whitesands hey? On the back of a badly designed and sited beach café and a car park paved with shards of glass comes another example of quantity (and coin) over quality. I refer, of course, to the ever expanding excrescence that is...

A WAVE WITH MECHANICAL PRECISION – LITERALLY

I’m just back from surfing the world’s first real man-made wave at Surf Snowdonia in North Wales. And here’s the surprise – I was totally stoked by it. Like many surfers I was cynical about a man-made wave being either big enough or powerful enough to be worth riding....

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