Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Tuesday 27th July 2010 Treardurr Bay, and Cemaes Bay

It rained again during the night and was dull during the morning, but by lunch time it had improved, and we went up the island to Treardurr Bay, and found it quieter than we expected, no doubt the recent wet weather is the cause of that.
As you can see here it has a great beach.

This gull passed repeatedly overhead, and I couldn't resist taking his picture
Treardurr and district are a series of very attractive little bays
Some of the larger ones boast car parks and toilet blocks and its free parking too
Not all the beaches in these bays are sandy, but these kids dont seem bothered about that.
Heres another one, this time with interesting rock pools
After tea we decided to have a short run up the coast taking the very narrow and winding back roads in the general direction of Cemaes Bay, this is a view of "middle Mouse" island from the road just after Bryn Llewelyn
And here is Llanbadrig old church, obviously it has been rebuilt since the first wooden one on the site in the year 441 AD, but that sure is a long time for any church to survive, isn't it?
Then we went down to the shoreline at Cemaes Bay and had a stroll along the promenade, very pleasant in the warm evening sunshine
There were still people in the sea at seven o clock, it was that warm!
Then it was back to the caravan for a cuppa and out usual evening hobbies, another great day.

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