By Beth Thomas
19th Jan 2021 | Opinion
In many towns and cities, the friendly act of saying hello to a stranger in passing is fast becoming a thing of the past, with people quick to reach for their phones in an attempt to avoid any unnecessary eye contact. However, the fresh sea air of Mumbles still seems to bring out the very best in everyone.
So, why are people more likely to say 'hello' to strangers whilst taking a stroll along our beautiful promenade? Is it simply that people feel at ease amongst the stunning scenery, or is there more to it?