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washing was still damp but we hauled it in and draped in on clothes
horses etc before bed in case of rain or night dew. Another great
Thursday the 19th of
September – Any damp washing
was finished off in the dryer, breakfast done, train sorted to meet
up with Ali, bags packed and LUNCH. Jeremy had ordered a crab and it
was huge – this is what we had for lunch along ...
Left Waterford early to catch the ferry for Wales and the port of Pembroke. Crossing was slightly rougher than going over and we couldn't see anything for the first two hours due to rain and mist.
Arrived in Pembroke then a two hour drive into Cardiff. Did a tour of Cardiff Castle, very worthwhile, a lot ...
... I turn around, pull my shorts down and sit in one co-ordinated move. As I am going seat wards, thinking "made it" for one micro second I relax. Mistake. My cheeks hit the toilet lid which I had failed to notice was down! I think I let out a scream and have never moved so fast. I managed to avoid a total, major disaster, but must confess I didn’t avoid a small one. All I can say to the campsite, I did my best to clean it up with what I had at my disposal.
... pasta meal. Delicious. But we still thought a trip to the pub would be sociable; I am certainly a lot more relaxed this time down here! The Cottage Inn is to be recommended with good pints of Tawny and Bass; the landlord had opened especially for the local pool team to practice. He was a former gamekeeper from Norfolk way, and informed us that the Clovelly Shoot could cost around £10,000 and you’d have the company of Madonna, The Queen (as in her majesty) and the ...
... on a grassy square right in the centre of town, before getting legless in the pubs.
After the town, is a lovely coastal stretch back to Morthoe starting with the Torrs Park. I walked this stretch with Deb Kennedy on that field trip in order to study the size and orientation of stones on the beach at Lee Bay! And here is another coincidence, tomorrow Debs goes into hospital for a new hip. Just a few days before ...