We’ve had a blast of early summer so spring has outdone itself and allowed us to get out and about and enjoy the fabulous spectacle that is the Pembrokeshire countryside in bloom, the hedgerows are a delight.
We’re still enjoying some quiet and deserted beaches, even when Easter brings in more visitors.
One beach that requires timing with the tide and some balance skills to descend the rock carved steps is Musselwick, near Marloes. Its quiet sands are only available for a few hours a day.
A morning walk with our Charlie and then a coffee and a treat at St Ishmael’s garden centre cafe!!
We’ve discovered the joys of motorhoming and spent the early part of May as far north as you can go! NW Scotland has stunning coastal scenery like Pembrokeshire, but with the Preselis on steroids!
We rented a dog friendly camper van and covered over 800 miles.
Exploring the painted harbour houses of Portree on Skye, a mini version of Tenby!
Holiday over, we’re looking forward to kayak time, cycle rides, more beaches and hidden beauty spots to explore plus our weekly walking football sessions….oh and the odd coffee & cake treat!!!
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