Homeward Bound

On the North West tip of Wales, where the mountains tumble downwards and the straits of Menai open out into the wide expanse of Llandudno Bay, there lies a city. It’s not a big city by any means and it’s not perfect but it’s one I’ll always have a soft spot for. This is where I spent the best three years of my life, met some good friends as well as encountering a few people who I’d rather forget to be honest with you. It’s the closest place I’ve got to a real home city so this is therefore about the places that mean something to me, the places that inspired and the places where those three years played out. This is about my return home…

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Finding King Harold…

Recently there has been a revelation that necessitates a slight addition to British History text books… Archaeologists found the remains of king Richard III under a car park in Leicester. Unfortunately all the discovery has done is only confirm most of what was already known or speculated. Now it seems that the Scottish are jumping on the bandwagon and trying to find/rehabilitate Macbeth. But again, the only thing that will really prove is what is already known. Whatever is found will be nothing new. The truth is, as great as the discovery is, it doesn’t really blow history apart. However there is one potential discovery that, although again not really a secret, really could blow history apart… King Harold…

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