At the weekend I unexpectedly found myself in Cardiff, I may share with you the reason why perhaps some other time. But whilst there on this glorious sunny day, I wandered the High Street briefly, and then on over to the Riverside.
This is the Cardiff Millennium Stadium. As any tourist we have a tendency to look up at the architecture. However, as there are lots of pictures on the Internet of the Millennium Stadium building, I thought I'd show what you see when you look down at your feet.
On the river walkway, you will note tile mosaic floor panels of participating nations.
I begin of course with Cymru Wales. I hope you enjoy the others.
We also wandered the Riverside Farmers Market known more locally as the Riverside Community Markets Association (RCMA). The RCMA is a local social enterprise that provides grassroots local producers an opportunity to trade directly with the public. It was established in 1998 and is the biggest in Wales. I was really, really impressed with the number of seasonal and fresh vegetable stalls there; as well as vegetarian and vegan stalls, but more about that in the near future. For more of my blog posts on Cardiff see here.