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... Jo-Ann got in the driver's seat and we drove to Devil's Bridge. Our intention was to do some hiking in a National Park (Amy's choice) but we missed the turn-off. The kids played with the puddle ice in the carpark. We decided to take the 45 minute walk around the Rhaeadrah Falls. It was great. The path gradually lead down to a view of the falls and then sharply down a set of 50 ...
... lucky to have walked this path without a single drop of rain. On the first leg in June we had so much sunshine that we were almost wishing for a downpour to cool us down. The Indian summer this September was a real bonus. The sea was cold but the dips superb - wouldn't have missed them for the world. And don't forget, walking is such is a sociable experience - nearly everyone will say hello and stop for a chat. It was a real pleasure to meet 'John from The ...
... saw at the beginning of our journey back in Amroth. We stop for an ice cream at the cafe but we have not finished yet...the official Pembrokeshire boundary is still a few miles walk away - down at St Dogmaels slipway. Mick is a complete purist when it comes to such things - he refuses to take any shortcut which might take even an inch off the journey :-) It's a shame that the path is actually the road as it's still a couple of miles off.
... be challenging! See you at 1pm, says Ian. More like two...or even three, I reply! Mick and I set off along the estuary footpath which is pretty flat here, as you might expect. The sandy path takes us up to an area known as The Bennet. Here we cross a golf course. Look out for flying balls, states the guidebook. But there is no-one around - maybe too early for a Saturday morning? Crossing a car park, we start our first climb of the day. It's a long slog up the steep cliff side and ...
... spot a seal...probably the last as we are heading towards a more inhabited part of the coastline. The vast expanse of Newport Sands is coming into view now. The tide is low so we descend to beach level, passing a building dated 1884 - the former lifeboat station - and then down onto the wet sand. We make our way towards Parrog where we meet up with Ian again. Just one more stop before we finish for the day...we all set off to explore Careg Coetan, yet another Neolithic burial ...