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... In the quaint little seaside village of Tenby (not!). I’ll change that to 'in the bustling seaside town of Tenby’ is a lifeboat station that was converted into a house. This is what we came to Tenby to see. The town centre of Tenby is quite beautiful and then there’s the beach and the quay. Gee it’s a nice place.
After a soggy pastie we walked around the headland to check out the lifeboat house. It was fantastic ...
... The cobbled streets and narrow lanes; the cafe lined high street which has been pedestrianised for the summer visitors; the beaches and boats in the harbour. A lively town with lots of buskers and stalls to keep the hoilday makers happy.
Another time we would like to take a boat trip to Caldey Island and have a seafood meal at one of the many fish restaurants here.
I made ...
Sorry to see you go...We loved your company
Ciara says: ' Love you...miss you..come and see us soon.'
Becky says ' You say the cutest things we love you.'
Freya says 'Missing you very much already and hope to see you again soon.. didn't we have fun?'
Today one of Seven had a day off to relax on site while Six went to explore another two beaches. We looked at Freshwater West which was very tempting with its fabulous sand dunes and and great display of surfing to enjoy but decided it wasn't really a 'safe' beach for swimming and moved on to the beach at Angel. A nice little bay with convenient parking close ...
Today we went to Tenby, Ciara, Becky and I went on the bus as Seven in the Merc is a bit of a squash! We met Dave, Colin, Georgie and Freya down at the harbour after winding our way round the streets of the Old Town with a bit of shopping on route for fudge, dragons,and shoes.
Ciara and Becky had some 'free time' to explore by themselves and spend their money on ...