After feasting our eyes with this view, we went into the town, but were tired and hungry so set off for Saundersfoot. We went there based on a recommendation from one of the runner's assistants who was also desperate for coffee at one of the stops we made while being engulfed by the second big race we encountered on our journey yesterday. However, it was now just gone 9pm and all the food establishments were closed! Just closed, only 5 minutes earlier would have been fine....Lucky for us, there was a Tesco Express so we got the £3 meal deal and ate in our car at a beautiful viewpoint! At least mine was a prawn (shrimp) salad!
This town looked really cute, but my camera decided to go onto manual focusing and I didn't notice, so not sure if I well get ahold of any of Alan's photos before publishing, but I will try.
This little hotel felt very comfortable and allowed us to relax and have a beer with good wifi. What else do you need after a very long day of driving and not eating?
The beauty of Tenby is not as noticeable close up. It is a bit crowded and you have to walk out on the harbour to see the colourful buildings. But it is well worth the walk! It was voted Europe's most beautiful beach last summer.
|With my luck, I would leave my phone in the flat|
and not realise until I was down at the beach!
Just a few more shots of this gorgeous town before we leave and head out to the Cotswolds. Why the Cotswolds? Because I thought it was closer to Wales and on the way home. I was wrong on both parts, but glad Alan did not correct me and just drove there!
Before we left though, I made sure we had lunch! We stopped at the Picnic Basket on the way out of Tenby and purchased baguettes, mine was crab! YUM! Also in this purchase, a few Welsh cakes. And on the way past a fruit and vegetable shop we grabbed some Pembrokeshire potatoes as a thank you gift for the in-laws for babysitting our lovely dog.
'Dw I'n caru Cymru'
(I love Wales)