The Isle of Anglesey is the largest island of Wales and rich of history and tales. During the time of Roman invasion and occupation Julius Caesar describes The Isle of Anglesey as an island, where nights are shorter than on the continent.
Here Judith lives with her dog Jess. As I meet her she walks through the dunes and greets me saying, what a glorious evening this is. The sun almost sets and the wind gently strokes blades of grass around her. Sunsets last forever here and so it’s small wonder, that Caesar expected the nights to be shorter here.
In the middle of this voyage, is an island, which is called Mona: many smaller islands besides are supposed to lie there, of which islands some have written that at the time of the winter solstice it is night there for thirty consecutive days. We, in our inquiries about that matter, ascertained nothing, except that, by accurate measurements with water, we perceived the nights to be shorter there than on the continent.