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1. We started at Cwm-yr-Eglwys
2. Watch out. At times the path is close to the cliff edge.
3. Looking back towards Newport
4. Windblown Hawthorn tree
5. Walking northwards on the eastern side of the Dinas Island
6. Bring your binoculars. We have seen baby seals on these rocks in the autumn.
7. The sheep were curious.
8. Another good spot to use your binoculars
9. The tip of Dinas Head. It feels like an achievement to get there, but, to be honest, it’s not a long walk from Tegfan.
10. The second part of the walk is mainly downhill.
11. Going back towards Pwllgwaelod you can see over to Fishguard on the right.
12. These sheep had locked themselves out.
13. The path is well maintained.
14. ‘The Old Sailors’ at the Pwllgwaelod end of the walk. This is an old pub with history. It used to be called “The Sailors’ Safety’. It’s definitely worth a visit.
15. Warm up by the fire with a cup of coffee and a home-made cake, have a drink at the bar or settle in for longer with a meal.
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