Tag: Ceredigion

Ceredigion Coast Path, day 3

May 5, 2014 0 Comments
Ceredigion Coast Path, day 3

We’re back in Llangrannog, at an early hour, for a longish walk north to New Quay. It’s a cooler, cloudier morning, for which we’re thankful. From the beach the path climbs up, past Carreg Bica, a ‘great lump of freestanding Ordovician rock’, in Gerald Morgan’s words. Bica was a giant afflicted by toothache; in the […]

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Ceredigion Coast Path, day 2

May 3, 2014 0 Comments
Ceredigion Coast Path, day 2

With extreme care we nudge the car down the narrow winding road and hairpin bends down to Llangrannog. At the seafront M. and his binoculars join us for a shorter trip than yesterday, from Llangrannog to Aberporth. It’s a breezeless morning as we set out up the hill above the sleepy village. The first person […]

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Ceredigion Coast Path, day 1

May 2, 2014 0 Comments
Ceredigion Coast Path, day 1

Today we open a new front on the Wales Coastal Path: Ceredigion. Our starting point is the old quay in Cardigan – Aberystwyth without the university, as C. calls it. We’ve already toured the car parks until we find one that doesn’t ban all-day walkers. A sculptured dolphin marks the beginning of the path, but […]

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