leeks and daffs
Somehow "we're all going on an Autumn holiday" doesn't quite have the same ring to it, but it's still pretty exciting to be off for a long weekend. We are heading to St Davids, which is the furthest city west from England whilst still remaining in the UK (confused?). Never having been to Wales, I enlisted the help of friends and people who claim to be from Wales (yet have no discernable Welsh accent) and the consensus was that the Pembrokeshire coast was well worth a visit. Armed with newly purchased waterproof fleecy things and boots, we will be trekking around the countryside for the next four days. In the pouring rain, no doubt.
They have hills in them there parts and I haven't seen a hill since...since...well, since we were in Kent two weeks ago, but normally we go a really long time without seeing hills. Jasper will love it, and I'm giddy at the thought of walking along coastal paths and over rugged hills. Rain or shine.
Until Tuesday, then.