Wet again through the night, but dried up quite quickly this morning and though mostly cloudy the sun made an appearance as the day progressed. We didn’t wish to venture far today, so just popped a couple of miles down the road to Carew Castle. The scenic walk around the castle wasn’t very long so […]Read More Carew Castle and tidal Mill….
A very heavy shower caught us on our morning walk and how! However, as is the way, it stopped raining as we got back and though quite cloudy stayed dry for the rest of the day, with the odd bit of sunshine too! Today we planned to visit Ginst Point and Laugharne (pronounced Larn – […]Read More Today we visited Laugharne and followed in Dylan Thomas’s footsteps…..
Wet again through the night and still a bit miserable in the morning, however brightening up mid morning and a sunny though breezy afternoon. Today were bound for Manorbier and found a cheeky little parking spot right in the centre of this pretty little village, with it’s narrow windy roads and walled borders, I certainly […]Read More Manorbier and it’s trio of beaches….
As predicted a wettish night and morning – though we didn’t get the strong winds (fortunately) and the showers during the day were quite light so didn’t put us off! Today we decided to brave the crowds and head for Tenby. After finding parking on the outskirts of town we followed a footpath down, through […]Read More Tenby in the rain – still very pretty….
A bit breezy and mostly cloudy today, but still dry so no complaints from us. We drove to Llansteffan, which is only across the river from Ferryside but is actually about 15 miles further in the car, as you have to drive up to Carmarthen to cross the river. The free car park is just […]Read More Llansteffan around to Scott’s Bay and Wharley Point….
A bit of rain during the night but after a grey start the day gradually got better, still a bit breezy but a nice sunny end to the day. We drove to the little village of Ferryside, availed of their free car park and without any more fuss than crossing the railway line we were […]Read More A walk along Ferryside beach…..
Cloudy but dry and warm – we can live with that. We set off a bit earlier than normal as we have a few beaches on our agenda today and soon found parking in Langland, with Langland Bay our first port of call. Very pretty it was, even though it was nearing high tide and […]Read More The Mumbles and others…..