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... at night -- rather put out by this; an odd iron circular trellis; an out-of-place statue), it remains an absolute delight. I dearly hope we'll have the chance to come back here again soon.
As everything blends together here into one lovely, tea-infused blur, I've chosen to post the remaining photos from the stay in this blog post, though they cover everything we've done from the fourth. I'll also be adding some photos taken by others.
... rocky hills in the background. The plan was to use the local buses to get to various parts of the coastal footpath, starting at Newgale Beach which is where I managed to walk to two years ago. The plan failed because Treacle was so ill that she couldn't walk anywhere. So I spent a quiet, but happy time relaxing in the sun, sorting out the van and reading ...
... were entirely worth the stop, though we didn't stay long in either place.
There's little else to say about today. Manorbier remains the pleasantest of places, though the castle staff is clearly looking to bring in more money -- a wedding was being held on the grounds just as we were arriving. Of course, part of what makes Manorbier so pleasant are the people and we're very happy to see them again.
After a large, packed campsite in Newport, I am now alone in a field in South Wales, not far from Tenby. I have been here before and found it convenient, particularly as the local bus runs right past the field gate. It is really beautiful with little wooded valleys running down to the sea and many of them have delightful ...
... tea and eating a Welshcake. My dark mood has passed and I feel that I may actually enjoy tomorrow’s entire walk, rather than the last two hours. We are heading back to the Worm’s Head Hotel for supper where we will be treated to what had been called the most beautiful sunset in the world.
Note: I asked Donnie to read this to see in all fairness to see if he felt I should leave a lot of the first part out. He said, and I quote: “I ...