Saturday 12 July 2014
A Trip to the Seaside
We decided that we would have an afternoon off from unpacking and DIY, we walked the Alpacas around the boundary this morning just to keep them in training with there harnesses, brought in more boxes from the barn made some decisions on were shelves could go in the utility room, a quick lunch then off to the seas side.
We headed to Aberporth, it was an overcast day but still warm
It was a lovely drive there along twisty turny roads
A lovely beach awaited us and it was so calm and peaceful.
Aberporth is known as a good look out point for Bottle Nose Dolphins, this was the only dolphin we saw today, all carved out of one tree, it was fantastic.
We happily settled down with fish and chips and enjoyed the views.
We then headed on to Llangarnog which is the nearest beach to us 30 miles away
Another beautiful little cove and very peaceful,
Llangarnog beach has lots of sea caves
And some stunning rock structures
The tide was rapidly on the turn, the area in well know for seals and there pups, something we will investigate further another time.
Before leaving for home we popped into this little place Caffi Patio to sample some home made ice cream.
They had a vast array of flavours, hubby settled for Key Lime Pie and I had Peanut Butter, defiantly worth a visit and we shall return many times to sample some more of there delicious flavours.
It was lovely having an afternoon out and seeing some of our local area.