St. Davids, Bosherston & Freshwater West

For my second day in Wales, Mum, Corrie and I got up early to go and walk at the Bosherston Lily Ponds.

This was Mum and Corrie’s opportunity for an early morning swim….too cold for me to I stayed on dry land.

We returned to Burton to have breakfast and then late morning we set off for Britain’s smallest city: St Davids – where we visited the cathedral and browsed the tourist shops on the main street. A city which is smaller than Cirencester: Who knew!?!

Back in Burton we all enjoyed a roast dinner at the local pub. The Sun came out late afternoon, and although I had a 4 hour drive back to Cirencester I wanted to make the most out of the suddenly sunny weather. Corrie and I therefore headed out in the car to visit Freshwater West, where we visited Dobby’s grave.

A last drink back at the house, before I set off for Cirencester.

Only a week until Corrie heads off to New Zealand – I think I’ve enjoyed our last short break away for some time. Hopefully it won’t be too long before we’re travelling together again.


Fred Hart

Stock Controller and Radio Presenter/Producer

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