Travelled: 103 kilometres from Aberystwyth to Moylegrove, Wales
Visited: Mwnt beach and Church (free)
Stayed: A small parking area near Moylegrove N52.07734, W04.76184 (free) no services.
Driving down from Aberystwyth the weather was foul, rain and heavy mist. It made for a slow trip, the coast is on our right but you could not see it very often. We turn at Aberaeron and make our way up the hill to Llanerchaeron to visit a Castle only to find it doesn’t open until 1130. Not in the mood to sit in the Hymer in the rail for an hour we continue south. By the time we are approaching Cardigan the weather has cleared and patches of sunlight appear.
We turn for the coast and Mwnt. Mwnt is not really a town or village but some scattered farms a campsite, but it does have a small church that dates back a thousand years with Y Foel Hill as its backdrop. Pembrokeshire is famous for its coastline and the Lonely Planet state Mwnt is worth a visit.
We have lunched visited the church and walked the hill, so its time to hit the road again. A quick bit of shopping in Cardigan, at the Aldi for milk and juice not to buy a cardi. We drive now looking for parking spot for the night. We hope for some better weather in the morning and the opportunity to walk a section of the Pembrokeshire walking path.
It’s late afternoon by the time we settle into our spot and have a quick look around. So we plan a longer walk in the morning at the Welsh weathers’ convenience. Pam is having a nap, whilst I catch up on some planned maintenance, installing a ‘SOG System’ on the toilet. Motorhomers and caravaners will know what a SOG system is, it’s not the most interesting subject so you can google it if you like. A couple of years ago I ask about getting one installed, last year I kept thinking I should have purchased one and as these thing work out, this year I did. An hour and a half later the jobs done and we are very happy with the results.
Travelled: 108 kilometres from Molygrove to Lydstep, Wales.
Visited: Pembrokeshire Walking Path and Lunch at Saint David’s
Stayed: Pembrokeshire Walking Path Carpark, near Lydstep, free. N51.64422, W04.77192
Another day, another long walk.
Back in the Hymer we pack up and say goodbye to this beautiful place and continue along the coast.
From St. Davids we continue on towards Tenby. Our cousin Anne has recommended the Pembrokeshire walks west of Tenby and we find a quiet spot for the night just out of Lydstep.