Visit to Barry Island

Barry Island – Tourist Attraction in Wales

Few days earlier, my friend and I travelled to Barry Island. We have been planning for this trip for a very long time. Finally, we did get the time to go.

Barry Island is a district, peninsula and seaside resort, forming part of the town of Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. It is named after the 6th century Saint Baruc.

The journey did not start off well. We ended up going late to the bus stop. Instead of waiting for the next bus travelling to Barry Island, we took a connecting bus. Only after sitting in the bus, we realised that we took the wrong connecting bus. But, no regrets as we enjoyed the journey by looking at some beautiful houses and the mountains in that locality.

Then, we finally got to a stop to catch the bus which travels to Barry. After 10 minutes, the bus arrived, we boarded and reached Barry in twenty minutes. It was a good 20 minute journey as we enjoyed the scenic beauty.

Once we reached Barry, I started clicking pictures. A couple of them are below.

As you see in the pictures above, the first few sq.mts are completely dry with boats around. And it was a perfect day out for me being a bright sunny day.

We then went inside the beach and took a walk and clicked more and more pics.

We spent close to 3 hours’ time there. After that, we purchased fries to eat. Then we walked a mile to the nearest bus stop to catch a bus. We actually ran to the bus stop as the bus was approaching. We did manage to catch the bus to return to Cardiff. Had we not caught the bus, we would have waited 30 mins more for the next bus to come.

All in all, it was an awesome trip.

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