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... narrowest road ever and we were looking for somewhere to spend the night. A quick google and site found, right on the end of the peninsula, on the beach. We finally rocked up and as we approached could see that it was a special location. Well worth the to'ing and fro'ing. "A pitch for the night please?" "Sorry we don't take dogs!" Again, bugger!
... completed this coast path, I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone. It's not only scenic but peppered with historical interest as well. On the whole it has been very well signposted though I would recommend carrying a map for reference. It mainly follows the coast but there are some deviations in places. It's always nice to have a back up. The bus services from April to the end of September make it extremely accessible during those months. Oh and don't ...
... it was time to head off. Sharena's amazing older brother Sunny drove all the way up from Swindon that morning to pick us up. So we packed our things up into the car and headed south.
It was a long drive down, crossing the country from the northeast to the southwest. In about 4.5hrs we went from one side of England to the other. We passed the time talking and sharing stories. UK freeways are so much more crowded than the one's back home in Canada, ...
... saw at the beginning of our journey back in Amroth. We stop for an ice cream at the cafe but we have not finished yet...the official Pembrokeshire boundary is still a few miles walk away - down at St Dogmaels slipway. Mick is a complete purist when it comes to such things - he refuses to take any shortcut which might take even an inch off the journey :-) It's a shame that the path is actually the road as it's still a couple of miles off.
... the path does flatten, it's only a short time before we are climbing again. By the time we have passed Foel Fach and gone on to climb still further at Foel Goch, we are 150m above sea level. It's a very pretty, if somewhat overgrown, walk with superb views in both directions. We can see, what looks like, Cemaes Head in the distance - it's unlikely we'll reach it today. And behind us, the path we walked yesterday stretches out with clear views back to Dinas Head and beyond. The path ...
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