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... it is quite shallow, and is tidal.
There are lots of boats moored in the river, but being tidal means that lots of
the boats will be high and dry at low tide. But the boats are designed to
handle it, with either double keels or outrigger stabilizers that keep the
boats level when the water disappears.
We toured around the area of Appledore, down to Heartland where we stopped at a pub for
lunch. The pub has an outdoor ...
... are just amazed that these little villages survive.
Our B&B was a charming house in Wheddon Cross. It was originally built as a tailor's shop but has been converted to a B&B. Now most of the places we have stayed at are Victorian houses, this one was Edwardian. The difference being that Edwardian is less fussy and more plain. I say plain but it was anything but. The halls were wide, the ceilings high and ...
... the road. We came through Llanmadoc and just as we came out of the village a sign said T junction. (A dead end ahead). Bugger, bugger! "There's a place to turn around, hang on, what does that sign say?" Caravan club certified location. Result. In through the gate, motorhome set up, perfect. A 5 minute walk to one of the best beaches we've seen in a while, no neighbours and all for the princely sum of £7. Sometimes its good not to have a ...
... were in. Only one night though, as tomorrow sees the start of the annual Elvis weekend and every pitch is booked. Sometimes a little research might not be a bad thing, a weekend in the company of 'The King' may have been fun. So now we are all set up, Tess has been for a run on the beach and a swim in the sea, we are fed and watered and eager to begin our adventure tomorrow. (Begin again) ...
... the hotel to grab some well earned sleep.
On Saturday Sharena and I explored more of central Swansea. After a nice morning stroll around Swansea's recently restored harbor neighborhood we grabbed a coffee at Swansea's tallest rooftop restaurant which boasted a stunning view of lush green welsh hills, beaches and of course the mighty sea. The beach was calling to us, so we took a stroll along it and dipped our toes in the frosty waters.