National Geographic : 1956 Mar
"Deuwch pan fynnoch, croeso pan ddeloch" CRYPTIC? It's Cymric. Ask a Welshman to put it into Eng lish. He'll do even more than that. He'll seem to sing it-"Come when you will, and welcome when you come!" Yes, they speak your language, too, in Wales. But differently. Lilt ingly. With a charming "change of key" that you'll find reflected in everything you see. Wales is so simple to reach: less than six hours by train from Lon don. But it gives you such a far away feeling. After England's mellow villages, the clean-cut Welsh hamlets, with their slate-roofed houses, have quite a different charm. So have the green valleys of Wales: they are strangely unlike Scotland's glens or the dales of Derbyshire. And those mediaeval Welsh cas tles, like proud Harlech and Con way, have a brooding, Celtic air that's all their own. So step across the border and sense the mystery of Wales. Meet her friendly people. Enjoy her glorious singing - and her silence. Two wonderful weeks in Britain can cost less than $200. Plan early. See your Travel Agent, now! Forfurther informationand free literature,write British Travel Association, Box 185, 336Madison Ave., New York 17, N. Y .