Hwyl Fawr a Phob Lwc, Wales 2017 ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ท๓ ฌ๓ ณ๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง

Travelled: 454 kilometres from Lydstep in Wales to Dunstable in Hertfordshire.

Visited: Walked part of the Pembrokeshire Path (free)

Stayed: The Hungry Horse (pub) Dunstable (free with dinner) N51.87623 W0.50515


As our wildcamping locations in Wales had no internet access, we are a few days behind in our blogs, so I’ll catch you up.  I’ll try and incaptulate the last few days and get up to date.  We have had some wins and losses but where still enjoying the adventure.



We had stayed overnight in a lovely wildcamping spot near Lydstep, along a lane behind the youth hostel.  After speaking to a local fellow walking his dog we headed east toward Caldey Island on the Pembrokeshire path for a walk this morning.  The scenery is again beautiful but perhaps not as majestic as Molygrove.


Looking back toward Lydstep and the firing rang. Did I mention they test fire ๐Ÿ”ฅ missiles from a military base on headland.  You can see the radar station if you look closely.
New Gate, New Sign !
Looking into Lydstep Bay, this giant holiday park full of transportable homes. Although it holiday season there didn’t appear to be much happening.
Caldey Island from the Lydstep peninsula. That distance and lighting does not suite the iPhone camera.

Our visit to Wales for this year is done, we have a Chunnel train to catch on Thursday morning and we start the long drive East.  I have been looking to replace our existing 1,000 watt invertor with a larger 2,000 watt version.  I have been negotiating with someone at Dunstable, north-west of London so it’s the Chunnel via Dunstable.


Michael and Pam


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