What a beautiful sight? Anglesey Coastline.
On a pub wall in North Wales. Can you guess the town?
South Stack Lighthouse, North Wales
Carrying on after the brewery why not pop into a place to buy a load of cheese? We visited the same shop about three years ago and nothing has changed.
Pant Mawr Farmhouse Cheeses. The guy I remembered is still three, with is Welsh charm and taking the time to talk about his cheese. Sampling the best quality cheese I have tasted anywhere in the world.
Talk about family business, well this is it. Dad, Mom and son in the shop.
Known has the Cheese Shed. Doubles up has a Post Office. We brought six of their seven cheeses for under 20 GBP. From November to Christmas they offer a 10% discount on their cheeses. So a big saving for your Christmas hamper.
Weather is overcast, but still a quick breakfast, shower and off we go. Emily and Andre have joined us. First stop St David’s Cathedral.
Check out the following link for more information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_David%27s_Cathedral
Davids Bishops Palace (also sometimes denoted as Bishop’s Palace or Bishops’ Palace) (Welsh: Llys yr Esgob Tyddewi) is a ruined medieval palace located adjacent to St Davids Cathedral in the city of St Davids and well worth visiting. You can’t miss the ruins. There is an entrance fee of 4GBP for Adults. The fee allows you inside and to wonder around the palace.
Moving on after a look round St David’s city and tasting one of the famous Oggie meat pie we go onto the Newgale beach. Climbing the stone break to the sandy beach.
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