Holiday 2019 – Pembrokeshire Travel and Food Diary Day 2

If you’re intrested in how our Day 1 of holiday looked like, please click here.

Day 2

2nd day of our holiday started exciting – we decided to visit local beaches (including one in Newgale) and walk on the famous costal path in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which is absolutely breathtaking. We were lucky enough to see wild horses, but we decided to not interupt their natural habitat. Our decision was approved by google search.

View from Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in November

View on the sandy beach from costal patch in November

View on the sandy beach from costal patch in November

View on the sandy beach and wild horses from costal patch in November

To even up our luck with wild horses, our car started to have technical problems just when we were about to head to another beach location. We ended up leaving car in the garage and walking around the lovely Haverfordwest, reacting with ‘Look, Chelsea!’ on every semi-detached houses painted pastel. I was smart enough to choose heeled boots, which started to be really uncomfortable after few hours of looking for decent place to eat in. We ended up in the closest to garage leisure centre, talking about life and looking for positives of how our day turned out.

Colorful pastel houses in Haverfordwest, West Wales

abandoned house in Haverfordwest, West Wales

When we picked up our car, we were relieved to find out that it just needed a break fluid top up. With me being still a little bit anxious, we got ourselves a dinner in Lost Coin pub, containing halloumi fries and vegetarian halloumi burger for me. Unfortunately we were to hungry to take time and take pictures, but this place is definately worth checking (but won’t beat The Meadow Cafe)!

Back in the cottage, we celebrated with the bottle of champagne and countless hours of board games.

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