August 10, 2012

South Glamorgan over 70’s dating – successful blind dating

Recent surveys position blind dating in Wales as one the preferred methods of getting to know prospective romantic partners. This article will examine successful ways of going about the South Glamorgan over 70’s dating scene.

It is estimated that 20% of the population in Wales has tried some form of blind dating. Although it is undeniable that blind dating carries some stigma, the convenience of this method attracts increasing numbers of curious would-be-daters.

Here are some recommendations to take into account for an auspicious South Glamorgan over 70’s dating experience:

– Don’t misrepresent yourself or your lifestyle prior to or during your date
– Don’t make arrangements for a whole day out, especially if it is your first date
– Don’t drink too much
– Do plan to meet in a public place
– Do let other people know where you will be going and who you will be meeting
– Be open minded: even if your South Glamorgan over 70’s dating adventure does not bring you Mr or Ms Right, you might have won a friend

As for where to go on a first blind date, location is fundamental. South Glamorgan daters are in luck, as the area offers some of the finest options in Wales. South Glamorgan’s dating capital, Cardiff, features a vast array of restaurants, pubs and coffee shops where you could take your date. A walk through Cardiff Bay, a picnic at Bute Park or boat rowing at Roath Park are other alternatives. If you are feeling adventurous, bikes can be rented from the Caravan Park in Pontcanna, from where you can follow the Taff Trail.

Barry island offers walks on the beach and fish and chip shops; for a seaside promenade and ice cream you could head to Penarth Marina; further away, Porthkerry Country Park could be the setting for a walk through the woods and a take-away cup of coffee sitting by the pebble beach. Sully island and its sea views and country pubs in Dinas Powys complete the list.

Up the M4, you could spend an afternoon in the Norman village of Cowbridge, where you could catch a play at the Market Theatre, or simply take one the guided walks along the banks of the river Thaw.

And who knows, if all goes well, you could find your South Glamorgan over 70’s dating experience an opportunity to fly away from Cardiff International Airport in the village of Rhoose!

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