On our second day, we travelled out to the Cambrian Coast, to the seaside town of Aberdovey, this photo is from the journey, with my mothers reflection in the window. It Takes in a lot of the coastline, it has to be one of the nicest train journeys in the UK, first passing through a nature reserve, then hitting the coast, for many miles, with Snowdonia to the other side. Our part of the journey was short arriving in Aberdovey in about twenty minutes.
The seaside town of Aberdovey, built into the hills of Snowdonia National Park, with the beach, Cardigan Bay, access to miles of beach walks, stretching up the Cambrian Coast.
Arriving into Aberdovey, the first thing we checked out was the sea, this photo is taken of my mother on a boardwalk, that leads to the beach. After we sampled the offerings from one of the coffee shops, I set of on a hike along the beach to the next town. I like walking, and this was a great walk, nothing but the sea, miles of coastline, backed on to the hills and the odd dog walker, the photo below is from this walk.