Tag: Wales Coastal Path

Gwynedd Coast Path, day 15

July 13, 2017 0 Comments
Gwynedd Coast Path, day 15

Now we are two, C and me, for the toughest challenge of the week, a mountain trek from Nefyn to Trefor across Yr Eifl.  And here’s our favourite driver for the Bysus Nefyn trip, talking non-stop with the same workmate.  It’s a quick journey: there are no deviations and, like all Llŷn buses, this one […]

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Ceredigion Coast Path, day 8

May 6, 2016 0 Comments
Ceredigion Coast Path, day 8

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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Pembrokeshire Coast Path, day 10

May 3, 2015 0 Comments
Pembrokeshire Coast Path, day 10

This is another two-car day. I attempt to park Car 1 in Marloes outside the Lobster Pot pub. The landlord, a middle aged man with a surly look, raps on a window, then unlocks the door and shouts across to me that this is not a public car park. I explain that we’re customers, or […]

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Glamorgan Coast Path, day 5

March 11, 2014 0 Comments
Glamorgan Coast Path, day 5

At last, a dry bright morning.  C, J and I stroll down past Alexandra Park towards Penarth Pier.  Bafflingly a woman with a small dog says we look like the Three Musketeers.  She may be unaware that the only fences we tend to come across are ones that divide fields. After a coffee in the […]

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