Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire

Our Welsh Learning Curve

Our Welsh Learning Curve

Now, before you get all excited and think: “Wow! RoseMary is learning to speak Welsh!” Let me stop you….  In my dreams I can understand Welsh and ignore the English signs posted everywhere and behave rather smugly as I pronounce them in Cymraeg. Yes, I dream big,...

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Hiking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in South Wales

Hiking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in South Wales

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path in South Wales is one of the most ruggedly beautiful stretches of oceanside walking that you’ll find anywhere in the world. Hiking here you not only see incredible sights, but you meet captivating people—a combination sure to draw you back time and again.
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10 Tips for Americans Driving in Wales

10 Tips for Americans Driving in Wales

  We Americans were brazen on this, our third trip to Pembrokeshire, Wales, and decided to rent a car. Truth be told, Jackie and I were bold enough to undertake this exciting idea because her daughter, Jennifer joined us this time. Jenny had a demanding list of things...

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Sweet Things About Staying in Saundersfoot

Sweet Things About Staying in Saundersfoot

Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire, Wales Saundersfoot has about 3,000 residents, which made us small-town women feel right at home. It’s an active, friendly community, with a beach that gets long and wide when the tide is out. Many people more stalwart than us were...

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Fiction: A Sea of Grief

Fiction: A Sea of Grief

One month, Welsh photographer Philip Jones posted this picture of Llangwm in Facebook’s, “Pembrokeshire - I Love it!” group. Loving the waters of South Wales, I was transported to awakening mornings to see the sun break over Fishguard harbor. Philip generously allows...

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Fiction: Decision at Druidstone

Fiction: Decision at Druidstone

Facebook is a quagmire in many ways, but one of the grand things about it is belonging to the, “I live in Pembrokeshire and I Love it!” group. The photographs that the members share about my favorite part of Wales are often humorous and quite frequently the most...

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How Hard is the Pembrokeshire Path Saundersfoot to Tenby?

How Hard is the Pembrokeshire Path Saundersfoot to Tenby?

"Oh, that's a difficult one, don't you know? It's four miles with lots of hills." That was the response we got when we told locals we were taking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path from Saundersfoot to Tenby. We had a bit of trepidation as we set out. But hey, we could...

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Fiction: The Last Harvest

Fiction: The Last Harvest

In September, Welsh photographer Philip Jones posted this picture of Abereiddy in Facebook’s, “I live in Pembrokeshire and I Love it!” group. Being a country kid, I was immediately zapped back to childhood, even if our hay bales were small and rectangular. Philip is...

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Genuine Conversations with the Fun-Loving Welsh

Genuine Conversations with the Fun-Loving Welsh

One of the things we discovered during our first trip to Pembrokeshire, Wales was the friendliness of the Welsh people. Staying the week in Goodwick, almost daily we passed a couple on the trek to our rental. They invited us for drinks. Given that, on our second trip,...

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