spent the day at Oxwich bay,beautiful stretch of sand,good safe shallow bay,great for kids and dogs, then up to the moor for the night. wake up surrounded by wild ponies and lots of foals,and a north and south view of the sea. couple of other vans there,one couple had 6 dogs in the van,nothing mad about that of course,and spent the day at a nice campsite for £3 a day,using all facilities-sounded ok i think.next day at Rhosili £3 all day parked on a nice grass field overlooking the bay,walked to the Worm's head causeway,didn't fancy the climb.
woman next to us lost her mother,she'd struggled off on 2 sticks to use the loo and hadn't been seen for 2 hours ! coastguard were running round on quads and the cops were looking,she turned up ok about 4 hours after going off,she turned right instead of left out of the loo and was found plodding along the coast path some distance to the north
next day the road from ponterdawe to llandovery,beautiful drive through mummy nature,loads more horses and foals and loads of places to stay the night,often by water
My next planned trip is going to be in Wales , so much to see , I'm not even going to plan a route , although I will be visiting friends near Swansea at some point , g/f can only have school hols mind so it looks like we have to wait till the big hols now .....
Any tips for nice viewing stopovers welcome .
Glad you enjoyed makes me feel good about my choice of destination , don't be a tight wad and show us some more pics
any road that goes through the black mountains,especially if next to a river,is worth a look.once you go over the cattle grid,you leave civilisation behind - lovely ! all along the pembroke coast is pretty good too
kernowjon: Hi we nearly always freecamp - old age pension gives loads of leisure time but too little money to pay camp site fees. The van has solar panel, large water tank So we are pretty self sufficient. Jon
Nov 18, 2016 20:22:15 GMT
daven: HAPPY BIRTHDAY VERN !
Dec 11, 2016 11:49:04 GMT
molly2: Doom and gloom ordered a new conservatory roof ,the 30 odd year old company folded 4 days before delivery, it's ok to laugh .
Jan 14, 2017 13:53:49 GMT
casba: Thank you for adding me - we have just bought a new Renault Traffic Campervan and are looking forward to using it for Day Trips and other adventures this summer. This is our first van and we are pensioners so intend taking it slowly and enjoyable
Jan 17, 2017 14:58:57 GMT
molly2: Good news hope you have fun bazz
Jan 17, 2017 20:16:52 GMT
dougdeville: Very quiet here these days?
Jan 22, 2017 13:18:48 GMT
molly2: S A D is getting me down is their a cure etc
Jan 22, 2017 22:52:21 GMT
dougdeville: SAD lights apparently, I have one but beer is best.
Jan 23, 2017 0:12:49 GMT
Is it spring yet, dormouse?: BOO! Hope everyone's keeping warm wherever you are. Belated Happy New Year peeps x
Jan 29, 2017 12:30:47 GMT
molly2: A weekend at buxworth with a couple of beers helped
Jan 30, 2017 22:31:25 GMT
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