Category Archives: Wales

May 1: Little Haven to Warwick

We left Little Haven just after 8am and drove up the northwards up the west coast towards Aberystwyth (aber meaning river mouth). We stopped at Aberaeron for coffee and met a lovely couple who had visited SA and regaled us … Continue reading

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April 30: Little Haven and surrounds

Dave’s signature breakfast started the day before we headed to Carew Castle which is 2000 years old. We did not walk around the castle as at £4.75 each it seems not worth it. There was a mill on the site … Continue reading

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April 29: Little Haven and surrounds

Breakfast today was scrambled eggs made with cream and bacon. We started our adventure by driving to Whitesands and doing the 3km St. David’s walk. This took us over cliff paths and heaths covered in bracken. After an hour and … Continue reading

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April 28: Little Haven and surrounds

This morning Dave made lightly smoked kippers with soft boiled eggs for breakfast. We then headed off for Talbenny and took a very short walk at St. Brides (Sain Ffred / Ffraid). On our way to Marloes we were asked … Continue reading

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April 27: Little Haven and surrounds

After breakfast of fried eggs, bacon and mushrooms we went for a walk to the point. We stopped at The Saint Bride’s Inn for coffee and barra brith. The owner asked where we were from and Dave told her Cape … Continue reading

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April 26: Abingdon to Little Haven

I woke up at 5:50 after a good night’s sleep and snoozed before Dave woke up at 6:40. I then went to make us coffee and Dave had a shower. By the time he went downstairs Anne and Stuart were … Continue reading

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Wales and England

This year Dave and I will be visiting England and Wales from the 24th of April to the 6th of May. I hope that you enjoy following us on our journey. Tandy  

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