National Geographic Traveler: Dylan Thomas’s Wales

February 11, 2015

National Geographic Traveler Dylan Thomas by Abigail King

Abigail King’s latest piece for National Geographic Traveler tackles the centenary of Wales’ most famous poet.

In October 2014 the literary world celebrates the 100th birthday of the late Dylan Thomas.

Few places meant more to the Welsh poet than Swansea, on Wales’s southwest coast. “This sea-town was my world,” he wrote of the “ugly lovely” place where he grew up and wrote the majority of his life’s work.

Read the full article here

About the author 

Abi King

Abigail King is an award-winning journalist and photographer whose work has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, Lonely Planet, the BBC, Red, CNN and more. She is one of the leading figures in the UK for blogging and social media in travel and her blog, Inside the Travel Lab, is described as one of the best in the world. She loves mango chutney, Blackadder and marmite toast buttered just right.

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