Education in Wales

Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom and the island of Britain. It is bordered by England to its east and the Atlantic Ocean and Irish Sea to its west

Places to see in Wales

Magic of Life Butterfly House
: Home to numerous varieties of butterflies, and other rare plants, any nature enthusiast will like the place as soon as they enter. Guided tours of the display are available telling the stories behind the lives of the insects and plants
The National Showcaves Centre for Wales: Marvel at the Dinosaurs, see Shire Horses, imagine life in the Iron Age and browse through the Craft Shop, all under 1 roof.
King Arthur's Labyrinth: Once inside the Labyrinth, and your boat tunnels through vast caverns, you get to enjoy the tales of King Arthur and other ancient Welsh legends, complete with dramatic scenes, light and sound effects.
The Welsh Chocolate Farm: Smell, taste, drink, see, touch and absorb the full flavors of fine chocolate.
Llechwedd Slate Caverns: Explore the underground world of a Victorian Slate Miner. The temperature underground is around 12-15 degree Celsius.

Transport in Wales

Around 80 per cent of traffic on Welsh roads is cars, taxis, and minibuses, mainly on east-west routes in north and south Wales. In Cardiff, the Free b service, a free shuttle bus that circles the city centre every 10 minutes, links major bus and rail interchanges. Apart from this, the rail network connects wales to the rest of UK.

Universities in Wales

Cardiff University
University of Glamorgan
Swansea University
Bangor University
Aberystwyth University
University Of Wales, Newport
University of Wales
Swansea Metropolitan University
Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama

Indian Restaurants in Wales

Jaya Restaurant
Bokhara Restaurant
The Indian Cottage
Bombay Mix

Weather in Wales

While it can rain anytime during the year, October to January are the wettest months. The average temperature in summers is around 20 degree Celsius, In general, the coast is the driest part of the country and the mountains the wettest. Mt Snowdon gets several weeks of the white stuff per year, while the Cambrian Mountains and Brecon Beacons get about half that amount.
The weather in Wales is unpredictable, and conditions can change within a matter of hours, so if you’re out and about, be prepared!

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