Home again after a few days touring Wales.
Malcolm and I took Malcolm's mum and her friend to Heathrow, then we travelled over to South Wales, staying on Monday night at Merthyr Tydfil. Tuesday, we went to have look at Tenby before going for a long walk around St. Govans' Head with wonderful views over the sea.
We went from there to a little village called Angle which affords views over Milford Haven. We spent Tuesday night in St. Clears.
Wednesday morning we set off for a look at the Cathedral at St. Davids. What a fantastic place! On to Fishguard to get some lunch before we set off north, up the coast of Cardigan Bay to Fairbourne and another walk along the railway line across the mouth of the river towards Barmouth.
From there, it was onward through Snowdonia and over the Lanberis Pass before finishing up at our final port of call, Bangor.
Luckier with the weather than we had expected to be, there was one slight problem..... My camera! The memory card has stopped working and it looks as if I have lost all 200 pictures I had taken round Wales. I have said a few bad words as you can imagine - but it doesn't seem to have helped! Oh well, we'll see if I can rescue anything from it. Watch this space!