A book by H. V. Morton is more than a travel book: it is a sensitive interpretation of a country's people and their history. The success of his first book on England, established the popularity of something new and refreshing in this type of literature. Mr Morton's travels have gained him thousands of readers in all parts of the world. The author has frequently been requested to define the secret of writing a travel book. He always replies: 'There is no secret. You either enjoy yourself or you do not. If you do, say so if you do not - say so!' This disarming sincerity is, perhaps, responsible for the charm and fascination of his books. The feel and smell of the countryside, also a sense of movement, find their way into these light-hearted wanderings, and, combined with humour, acute observation, sympathy and an engaging curiosity, have justly gained for them a wide and increasing popularity. Contents Include: I Go in Search of Wales, Find My Way to the Border Marches, Stand on the Battlements of Ludlow Castle In Which I go to Llangollen, Hear About the Old Ladies and Visit the Hunting Lodge of a Welsh Prince How I leave Llangollen I Visit the Cathedral of St. Asaph and the Castle of Rhuddlan Tells How I went to Bangor I Explore the Green Isle of Anglesey In Which I Visit St. Beuno's Church, Explore the 'Land's End' of Wales, See Criccieth Visit the Grave of Gelert In Which I Fail to Climb Snowdon in a Train but Succeed on My Feet I Go to Bala Welsh Train all the Way to Cardigan In Which In Enter Black Wales at Llanelly I Admire Cardiff--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.