On our recent visit to Wales I couldn't wait to explore the unspoilt beaches of Pembrokeshire in spite of the wind chill and continual drizzle. Living in Worcestershire means that a trip to the beach is something that doesn't happen all that often, and when it does - it's greeted with much enthusiasm regardless of the time of year, or weather conditions. If it's possible to waste too much time at the beach, I'm guilty of breaking the rules and being 100% happy with my decision.
First we stopped at Newgale Beach, where I spotted a Common Starfish washed up along the shoreline.
I paddled in the sea wearing wellies and two pairs of socks... as I wasn't brave (or daft) enough to venture in without them.
For a while I was optimistic about the possibility of some weak winter sun and convinced that the clouds were about to disperse.
After a brief stop in the picturesque village of Solva, it was time to move on to St Davids.
This is officially the UK's smallest city and home to St David's Cathedral.
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