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... scenery, especially in and around Pentyrch. We spent much time looking for and not finding a particular site on Mountain Road and Garth Mountain. We may try again later in the week
We spent 8 hours driving around and in the end had put on about 50 miles on the car. That means we sat and stared at maps an awful lot!
The weather was great, sunny and warm and some of Rhe's chocolate melted in the car.
Having fun and missing Maple.
The marriage survived our hike intact as did our bodies -- wonky hip (me), knee (Donnie), supersensitive feet (you know by now who), which is also very delightful.
By the numbers: Old stepper – 28 226 (22.5 km – a record for us); New stepper – 30 957; cow patties stepped in – 0 miraculously because they were huge; times off trail – about 3 but it was fine; cliffs climbed and seen – a bunch; bandaids – ...
... to the Wales Coast Path. It was a lovely wide grassy path through gently rolling hills and with a beautiful view of the ocean on our right. The pictures really can’t do the scenery justice.
We also met up with more sheep, but these looked more like how you think sheep should look. Instead of the narrow sallow faces with dark markings and scrawny bodies of the salt marsh sheep, these were puffy and white with sweet faces (and far smaller ...
So we managed to tear oursleves away from Cornwall and stay four nights on the North Devon coast at Lynton. We chose this place based on a reccomendation by a lovely lady at Bude Castle, she was looking after a gallery there full of works by the local amateur arts group.
I asked her where was good to go & what would be her tops tops for visting in the area. Lynton, Lynmouth, Lee Bay and Woody bay were her firm answers. However, they'd all have to be visited on foot as the roads were ...
... view... Charlie kept saying 'mind these rocks, they're slippery' and then... I proved him right! My feet went out from beneath me - sideways - and one twisted ankle, bruised hip, and dunking-in-a-rockpool later, I emerged soaked to the sin but fortunately relatively unscathed. My phone, which was in my hand, took a hammering though; it ended up under water and smacked against a rock. Thought it ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Crescent Swansea
Half circle of houses, great view and space
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.