The beachfront has had money spent on it, and even at this time of year it had plenty going on.
Things for kids - and kids at heart - although we didn't attempt to try the climbing wall!
A Notice gave guidance for those who did want the challenge
And in Welsh....
They are very helpful with their signs and notices...I like how they teach Welsh as you drive. There are directional road signs in English with the Welsh meaning added too, it all lends itself to an entertaining journey. We have long known that ARAF in Welsh means SLOW, but for those who are hard of learning, it gets repeated quite a lot!
A bit wet for our visit, but it didn't matter, we still enjoyed the walk.
These trips away are a great opportunity to do some Travel Sketching,
(as if I wouldn't) -
I was given a really useful sketchbook recently by one of my online friends,
so it got road tested on this trip.
Quick line sketches as we go from place to place.
- I thought I had done a lot of sketches in it,
but by the end of the trip I still have about half the book to fill.
Thanks CLC, this is proving to be a very handy sketchbook.
More pictures of Wales in my next post!