pembrokeshire

Tourist tips for south west Pembrokeshire

A friend from Switzerland appreciated the area through my photos last year and asked for some tips of some “must-see” places to visit on a short summer trip. After emailing details at the time, it’s taken me a while to get the tips into shape for a blog post… but here it is, at last!

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Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt was a British television show in the 1980s, inspired by an idea from France called La Chasse au Trésor. Presenters Kenneth Kendall and (in the later episodes) Wincey Willis were joined by members of the public in the studio, to guide “sky runner” Anneka Rice to find clues and the “treasure” within 45 minutes. I… (Read More)

Windswept

I dragged my family across a small island off the south coast of Pembrokeshire in South Wales in the rain to see a lighthouse. What a wretch I am.

Permanent Tourist 2010 Calendar

It’s been a hectic week and weekend, hence the delay in posting that I’ve released my 2010 calendar.

Guillemots at Elegug Stacks

Elegug Stacks are two limestone pillars standing freely, a short distance from the cliffs on the coastline of Pembrokeshire in south west Wales. Due to their inaccessibility, a multitude of birds are allowed to breed in comparative peace.

The Cave

A moody, hand-held photograph of a beach cave in south west Wales.

Smogging

One of my Gran’s endearing terms was “smogging” (which the rest of us know as “snogging”).

My little sister

Photographed on Freshwater East beach during a family trip to Wales, where we used to go on family holidays.

Street Scene, Tenby, Wales

A great moment as a family’s dog can barely contain himself on the way to the beach.

Off to Pembrokeshire

We’re only just back from a trip to Italy and it’s time to head off again for a foreign break!