Friday, 25 August 2017

Llangennith 2017

Making the time to sit down and write this while I have a chance.
Life has been busy lately!! I thought August was going to be a quiet month and it has really. But I really haven't had any time to sit down and get things done. So of course now things are piling up. 
I think its down to the fact that I haven't had many mornings free where I'm by myself and can get on with little things. When I have mornings off with Tom my things aren't so much of a priority. Lie-ins and big delicious breakfasts become priority. 
This week I've been given three evening shifts in a row, which although I don't prefer, I need to make the most of nonetheless.

For most of the month of August the weather has been pretty abysmal (mild, rainy and cloudy - the usual right?) Well by some luck last week - the day we headed away actually! - the weather turned around. It's stayed pretty decent for the last week now, so I'm just hoping it will stick around.

Camping was really nice. We had done it before 2 years back in July and felt like doing it again, just to get a few days away by the beach. The drive is an easy hour and a half and the campsite is really easy to find, just at the end of Llangennith. We set up camping quickly excited by the warming day and were soon running towards the beach with some boards.
Notice the size of our tent here - haha!
The rest of the day was spent strolling around the beach and sand dunes, and then an evening BBQ on the beach.
Our second day, we had breakfast in the cafe and then spent most of the day exploring. We walked up to Worms Head and then after some relaxing on the beach, walked up the other way to an island you could climb up onto.
Finishing up watching the sunset from our tent. 
On our last day we spent the morning taking it easy. 
Around midday Tom's dad, sister and nephew joined us so we took a bunch of things and headed down to the beach for an afternoon of fun.
Tom found a sink-hole

I'll be writing again soon! 
Most probably my usual monthly post.

Louise
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