As I was unsure of whether we would be able to recover any of the images on the now defunct laptop it seemed like a good idea to drive around the area taking as many photographs as possible.
We headed first to the northern coast using the back roads to bring us around the shoulder of the mountain with a view up the coast towards Anglesey, and Caernarfon and took some photographs of the scenery.
Dropping down the other side of the mountain revisited Trefor and parked down near the Harbour to take some photographs. Then our drive along the coast continued and we visited Porth Dinllaen.
By now it was getting on for lunch term, so we drove to Aberdaron and had a baked potato with salad and coronation chicken for lunch, plus tea of course on the outside balcony of the big kitchen which was originally a place where Pilgrims going to Bardsea island could claim a meal.
At this point it started to rain so we came back to camp and arrested for an hour, I went for a walk and down the local lane and when I got back and we went through a drive along the coast and discovered that Pwhelli actually has a very long seafront with miles of beaches we then continued to Abersoch where we parked up and enjoyed an ice cream made locally by a firm called Cadwalladers, which was very nice, we then had a walk around the Harbour mouth to take some more photographs, before returning to camp for tea.
It had been a great last day!