With April’s weather continuing to be dry and warm I managed to persuade my better half to visit one of our favourite walks.
This entails a circular walk based on St Davids with a pub lunch in the Farmers Arms.
We started from Caerfai Bay and walked west along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and had our first stop at St Nons Chapel.
The spring flowers were indeed blooming but despite being a volunteer in the National Botanic Garden of Wales I am hopeless with plant names.
Near Porhclais we saw a number of climbers scaling the cliffs and some sea kayakers enjoying the calm sea. From Porthclais we struck up hill to our lunch date in the sunny beer garden.
On the way back to the car we called in the information centre where they are holding a celebration of Alfred Russell Wallace and his part in the discovery of evolution through natural selection.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Russel_Wallace