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Last month, me and a good friend spent a few days backpacking along the Pembrokeshire coast national park. After a 10+ mile walk on our first day… Read More
Last month, me and a good friend spent a few days backpacking along the Pembrokeshire coast national park. After a 10+ mile walk on our first day, we pitched our tents on St Davids head. This is the most westernly tip of the country, and is steaped in geological, and archeological significance. This was the second time i'd returned to this spot in particular, the views here are incredible, as well as providing some shelter from the wind. We set up camp as the sun set, in a beautifully warm glow. The sky at night here is spectalur, offering hardly any light pollution as you look out towards the Irish Sea. This is bar far one of my favourite place to escape the sounds, and lights of the city. Read Less
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Last month, me and a good friend spent a few days backpacking along the Pembrokeshire coast national park. After a 10+ mile walk on our first day, we pitched our tents on St Davids head. This is the most westernly tip of the country, and is steaped in geological, and archeological significance. This was the second time i'd returned to this spot in particular, the views here are incredible, as well as providing some shelter from the wind.
 
 
We set up camp as the sun set, in a beautifully warm glow. The sky at night here is spectalur, offering hardly any light pollution as you look out towards the Irish Sea. This is bar far one of my favourite place to escape the sounds, and lights of the city.