Last week together with my sister I walked around 40 miles of the Pembrokeshire costal path, to celebrate my sister's 50th and to raise some funds for The Independence trust Gloucester.
It was a wonderful time, we were lucky with the weather and the scenery was just amazing.
On the first day we arrived at Dale in the evening, in pouring rain, went to the one pub in the village, and ordered some food. Next to us sat Karen, who realised we spoke in German, so joined us - she was German too. We swapped info about our respective plans, and met up again next day at Marloes Sands YHA. That night the 'Henhouse', our dorm, was filled with four German women and only one English girl!
The following excerpt is from my journal and describes a small part of day 3:
"we stopped at st brides beach, lovely little village and pretty beach, watched guy in paddling boat with dog playing in sea.
We carried on passed Half way rock, along cliff top paths. Sunny first, then overcast, we walked through a small forest. Getting a bit of pain due to blister on small toe.
To Little Haven, where we had a longer break and a couple of glasses of cider, very welcome! Pretty beach front and village. Got plasters (not plastered!) in pub. For blisters :) It worked, changed shoes and I could walk again!"
If I can recommend anything, it is 'take some time out to spend in nature, a break from work, TV, the Internet, mobile phones ( although we did have those with us in case of emergencies) - it does make a world of difference and gives a fresh perspective on life.
Just a little tip for cleaning your jewellery: no need to splash out on jewellery cleaner, washing up liquid ( the biodegradable type is perfect), an old tooth brush and plenty of hot water. After scrubbing and rinsing, dry with soft cloth and buff with silver cloth or soft duster.
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