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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!
... that didn't feel quite so bad at the end :-) Don't be tempted to skip the Milford Haven section - many people do. The blend of industry and nature is very interesting - I have never seen pipelines this close up. It's also quite surprising that, during the walk around the oil refinery in the Pembroke side of the Haven, you can hardly see the refinery at all! Do take a small pair of binoculars for seal spotting, puffin watching, bird watching and so on. We ...
... to an order of Benedictine monks. Apparently they fished the river using coracles and seine nets which are still used today although I can't say we saw any.
We seek out the church to take a look at the Sagranus Stone which helped to decipher Ogham, an ancient Irish language, in the same fashion as the Rosetta Stone led to the understanding of Egyptian hieroglyphics. We also investigate the abbey ruins and stop to admire a yew tree which claims ...
... m done in too...tomorrow's another day! We walk down the road, and see Ian waiting patiently - he has been into Cardigan to visit the castle, but it was closed for renovation. He also visited Cilgerran Castle, a 13th century ruin but there wasn't much of it left. We find another bench to rest, enjoying the sunshine and the fine views of the bay. We are both very pleased that Ian is here to meet us - the two mile walk to Mollygrove Village to catch the bus might just have finished us ...
... Ian want to join us? Not likely! We head off on the steep slog up to the top - not as bad as expected - whilst Ian heads off to the car park at the other side of Dinas Head. We reach the trig point and the views in both directions are fantastic, just a pity that the sun decides to hide behind clouds as we reach the top making it somewhat hazy. We see the ferry making its way into Goodwick and the cliffs behind it stretching all the way back on the path we walked ...
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