Ilkeston Cam On Holiday 2002 - South West Wales
Part 05 - Saundersfoot, Evening and Morning

The photos on this page were taken on Sunday 14th and Monday 15th July

It was our custom during our stay in Saundersfoot to walk from the hotel after our evening meal to the harbour area of the village and on Sunday we even made it onto the beach.

Walking along the northern arm of the harbour, we reached the end just in time to see the day's catch being brought in. There seemed an urgency about the harbour on this Sunday evening - presumably it was to do with the state of the tide.

There was much activity among the smaller craft too as many of the weekenders prepared to remove their boats from the water and take them away until the following week.

We watched for a while as trailer-towing cars were reversed down to the water's edge and small boats were winched out of the sea. There was much to-ing and fro-ing in a small dinghy and we half expected the "three men in a boat" to capsize but they reached dry land safely.

Early the following morning we were again down in the (at this time) sparsely populated village centre to buy a daily newspaper. And that was before breakfast even!

Then it was back along the road towards Tenby to the hotel for breakfast. Later in the day these streets would be full of fellow holidaymakers but by then, we would be off exploring more of Pembrokeshire. And where did we get to on Monday? I'll show you in Part Six.

Click the links below to see more.
Part 01
Part 02
Part 03
Manor House 1
Part 04
Manor House 2
Part 05
Part 06
Lower Fishguard 1
Part 07
Lower Fishguard 2
Part 08
Part 09
Burton Ferry
Part 10
Shire Horse Farm
Part 11
Saundersfoot 2
Part 12
Part 13
Part 14
Part 15
Part 16
Pembroke Dock
Part 17
Part 18


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