Every month, I collate the best of my month on Instagram here on my blog. It took me a while to get the hang of Instagram, but it’s fast-becoming one of my favourite social networks, inspiring me every day with the beautiful photos and sense of community on there.
April has been such an odd month weather-wise. Warm one minute, cold the next. Sunshine interrupted by sudden hailstones. But we’ve tried to get out and about as much as we can, making the most of lots of the amazing free attractions we have in and around Cardiff.
We’ve had some amazing days out in April at St Fagans National History Museum, Cwmcarn Forest, Newport Wetlands, Roath Park, Cardiff Bay Barrage, Coed y Wenallt to see the bluebells, and the National Museum Cardiff – all of which are free. We also headed to Raglan Castle as part of our role as Cadw blogger ambassadors. Here are some of my highlights of the last month on Instagram.
Top row: Scootering at Cardiff Bay Barrage, puddles at Roath Park, bluebells at Coed y Wenall, the entrance at Raglan Castle.
Second row: Projections on a stone at National Museum Cardiff, pond watching at Cwmcarn Forest, a swan at Newport Wetlands, a gate at Newport Wetlands.
Third row: Miss E spending the book vouchers she had as a present at Waterstones Cardiff, the hills at Cwmcarn Forest, the stream at Roath Lake, a poster at National Museum Cardiff.
Fourth row: The rope climbing frame at Roath Park, exploring Raglan Castle, the watermill at St Fagams National History Museum, steps up the hill at Cwmcarn Forest.