Tag: Ceredigion Coast Path

Wales Coast Path, day 54: Tre’r Ddôl to Machynlleth

May 6, 2016 0 Comments
Wales Coast Path, day 54: Tre’r Ddôl to Machynlleth

By car back to Tre’r Ddôl, and coffee and flapjacks in the excellent café in Siop Cynfelin run by Cwmni Cymunedol Cletwr.  Today’s guestwalkers converge on the village: D from Aberystwyth, and S, J and Jo from Borth.  As we set off up the woodland path we must look like a branch of the North […]

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Wales Coast Path, day 53: Aberystwyth to Tre’r Ddôl

May 5, 2016 0 Comments
Wales Coast Path, day 53: Aberystwyth to Tre’r Ddôl

In Tre’r Ddôl I lock the car and tie up my boots, while the others make for the bus stop.  Walking over the bridge I look up and see the bus is already there and about to leave.  I have to break into a run to catch it.  C explains that the driver – Lloyds […]

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Wales Coast Path, day 51: Aberaeron to Llanrhystud

September 16, 2014 0 Comments
Wales Coast Path, day 51: Aberaeron to Llanrhystud

Another Aberaeron start, but this time we’re walking to the north. 10 September, and it’s another perfect day.  Neither of us can remember such a summer’s end: warm, still and sunlit. Aberaeron, so careful of its landward appearance, turns its back on the sea. Admittedly the shore is shingle, but the monotonous concrete wall and […]

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Wales Coast Path, day 52: Llanrhystud to Aberaeron

September 13, 2014 2 Comments
Wales Coast Path, day 52: Llanrhystud to Aberaeron

In the early morning sun the T1 bus bowls down from Aberystwyth to Llanrhystud. We thank the National Assembly twice over: for our free bus passes, and for the campaign by Elin Jones AM to replace the bus routes suddenly abandoned by the wicked Arriva. The coast road has ruined the centre of Llanrhystud, but […]

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Wales Coast Path, day 50: New Quay from Aberaeron

September 12, 2014 0 Comments
Wales Coast Path, day 50: New Quay from Aberaeron

Mid-September and the last of the summer is holding its breath. It brings blue skies, a fine breeze, a languid sea, and a kindly sun that warms the skin without burning it. I’m back with C. for three more days of gentle coastwalking in mid-Ceredigion. For no good reason we start walking from north to […]

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