Rose And Crown Hotel
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... I have to concentrate on where I am putting my feet! The hedgerows are also high in parts, temporarily blocking the view out to sea. There are honey bees buzzing furiously in the hedgerows and blackberries are ripening up nicely on the brambles. After circumnavigating the inlet at Aber Bach we have a nice even walk around the headland until we begin to drop steeply at Pwllwaelod beach. Here, Ian is waiting. And so is a delicious ice cream named 'sinful' ...
... no idea what to expect, we had only had Sven for about a month, we had only put the tent up once and we only tested important things like the electric hook up the day before we left, there was so much we didn't know. We were very nervous about what lay ahead but reading back over early parts of the blog it seemed to take us about 2 days to work out we were going to be OK and once we were moving there was no looking back. Now ...
... we rejoin the road for a short walk into Milford Haven.
At Milford we catch the bus back to Neyland and are deposited right next to a Victorian letterbox which was once sited in the railway station. It's design is apparently attributed to Anthony Trollope who worked in the Post Office before achieving fame as a writer. Another gem to add to the trivia collection. So now, we drop back down to Brunel Quay to retrieve our car and make our way back to ...
dangerous. Apart from the fact that it is too high for me to be able to see into
it, I have nightmares about what would happen if I tried to lift out a roasting
tin with hot fat in it – I could tip it all over my head with no effort at
all. So I only use the oven for storing
fruit and as a replacement I have bought a Remoska. Lots of people have
recommended them and now I have ...
... sardine salad and by then the tea was stone cold. I had also missed my bus home and had to wait over an hour for the next one, with only tourist-tat shops to look at. So sadly even though New Quay was where I saw my first seals, it won’t feature highly in my memory.
What I did like was a visit to a Bee Farm where you could see inside the beehives and the process of bee keeping and honey making was well ...