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Pembrokeshire (July 2011)  
Posted by Richard on Tuesday 8th May 2012 at 12:13 PM

Somehow I managed to persuade Mark to come camping with me this summer. I decided on Pembrokeshire and I maintain this had nothing to do with the fact that the annual Geocaching Mega-event was being held in Swansea at the same time.

I last came to Tenby at about the age of 8, and all I can really remember is getting sunburnt. This time round, there wasn't much chance of that, but at least it was dry.






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Manorbier   
Posted by Richard on Tuesday 8th May 2012 at 12:20 PM

We stayed three nights at the Kelpie Campsite in Manorbier. The facilities were basic, but the location is excellent and the owners are a genuinely nice couple. I'd love to go back sometime. Click here to view this Page



Saundersfoot to Manorbier   
Posted by Richard on Tuesday 8th May 2012 at 12:20 PM

On our first full day, we took the bus to Saundersfoot and walked back along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path via Tenby to Manorbier. A really good strenuous walk of about 10 miles. Click here to view this Page



The Stackpole Estate   
Posted by Richard on Tuesday 8th May 2012 at 12:23 PM

Day two took us to the Stackpole Estate, and another decent walk. We parked for at Stackpole Quay (free to NT members), walked through the estate to Broad Haven, and then followed the Coast Path back via Barafundle Bay. Click here to view this Page



Cardiff   
Posted by Richard on Tuesday 8th May 2012 at 12:24 PM

After a brief stop in Swansea for the 4th UK Geocaching Mega-Event, our last port of call before heading back over the Severn was Cardiff. Click here to view this Page


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