Saundersfoot – Pembrokeshire

Friday 18th September 2020

Many of the lanes that we are driving along on this trip are very narrow and have few passing places, this was the case today as we drove into Manorbier where we met a lady who found it difficult to squeeze over to let us through and consequently we ended up with our near side mirrors bent back. Another repair job when we return home.

That disaster apart Manorbier is a pleasant place to visit.

We are staying tonight at Griffithston Farm Camp Site outside Saundersfoot, the area we are on is sloping, so I’ve borrowed two building blocks and Homer is levelled up on them.The walk into Saundersfoot is steeply down hill and it was a bit of a pull when we returned here late this afternoon.

We walked out of Saundersfoot, to Wisemans Bridge via three short tunnels through which the railways once travelled carrying coal from the local mines to Saundersfoot.

We felt obliged to support the local economy and so enjoyed a few beverages at the Wisemans Bridge Inn. Dutifully refreshed we walked back into Saundersfoot where we purchased fish and chips which we ate sitting by the side of the harbour. The seagulls attempted to join in and one cheeky one attacked Layla when she tried to chase it off.

As I mentioned earlier it was a steep walk uphill on the way back, not helped by full stomachs🙂

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