My Week in Wales – Part 4

On our last full day, we just decided to have a look around the little village that we were staying in. I have to say, there wasn’t much! The nearest coast to us was pretty, but as you can see it is a little bare! This was close to a caravan holiday site, so there may have been more on the coast in that area!

Walking down into the village we came across a ford, and this bridge led us into a little housing estate that also have a school!

The lone shop in the village!

imageOn our way back to the lodge, we managed to get a glimpse of a rabbit darting into the bushes on our side! It was pretty big! Sadly no photo…

Once we had got back, we had a BBQ and just relaxed for the rest of the day! We also made a new friend… this cat was very friendly, and actually came into our lodge. We had the doors open because it was so hot! It kept following my brother around which was pretty funny – despite us having a cat, he’s not really a cat person! Actually, we were relaxing in the hot tub later that night, and the cat appeared, running down the hill with something in it’s mouth. Yep, it had caught a mouse! Poor thing! It was desperately trying to show the mouse off to us!

And here are some photos of the lodge! It really was beautiful!

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