Tag: Pembrokeshire coast path walking

Pembrokeshire coast walk: day 5

May 8, 2013 0 Comments
Pembrokeshire coast walk: day 5

One rocky hill dominates the city of St David’s: Carn Llidi. Though it isn’t particularly high (less than 600 feet) its craggy summit is rarely out of the viewfinder of cameras pointed at the cathedral or other buildings, and it’s visible for miles around in the flatlands of the peninsula. This afternoon – the morning […]

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Pembrokeshire coast walk: day 4

May 7, 2013 2 Comments
Pembrokeshire coast walk: day 4

Today we resume at Goodwick in the company of MH, who joins us from Ceredigion. MH is an athlete, but is generous in holding back his natural instinct to sprint to our destination. He’s also an ornithologist – he comes with the binoculars C. and I both forgot at the start – and helps us […]

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Pembrokeshire coast walk: day 3

May 6, 2013 0 Comments
Pembrokeshire coast walk: day 3

Out of sequence, C. and I decide to tackle Whitesands to Solva, about 12 miles of winding coastline with St David’s as its focus. H. joins us, with today’s guest-walkers, M. and L. from Leicester, old friends of Pembrokeshire. The view west is dominated by Ramsey Island, a dark and mainly empty land, where sheep […]

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Pembrokeshire coast walk: day 2

May 5, 2013 0 Comments
Pembrokeshire coast walk: day 2

C. and I leave Parrog and climb, thankfully to a lower cliff height than yesterday. To our left, the dark outline of Carn Ingli, to our left a succession of jagged sea rocks, one in the curious shape of a question mark. Coves appear, some inaccessible, others crossed on small wooden bridges: Aberrhigian and Aberfforest. […]

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