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Whistle stop tour of Angelsea

Wednesday 02/11/2016 – Wednesday 09/11/2016 Well we thought we would do a tour of Angelsea before popping back to Barmouth and swopping our winter clothes to summer.

Not really been to Angelsea before apart from a wedding and the Sea Life Centre eons of years ago. Well what a gem is this Island so close to our workplace and never visited !! Shame on us both. Found a lovely wild camp  in Penmon just outside of Beaumaris £4.50 for the night because we had to use a private toll road, wonderful view and the wind rocked the van and us to sleep ! !

img_6673Next day we visit the old Dove cote

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Church

pop into Beaumaris and get some essentials bread and cake ! Well I must say if this bread shop was closer to me, I would go there everyday, it has the best bread I have ever tasted and I have tasted a lot. The Central Bakery is a must visit we had a multi seed bread, White chocolate muffins and Portuguese custards.

Do a lovely circle of Angelsea and end up In Treaddar Bay

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Next day after a lovely walk around the bay, we head off to Criccieth and Dylan’s Restaurant for lunch. Lovely building many moons ago it was used for tea dances, lots of character. I had crab cakes and then cod with creamed leeks (to die for) roasted new potatoes and veg yummy

The partner had whitebait and the Parmesan crusted hake

Bellies full we head of to our resting place for the next couple of nights Hendre Mynach, Barmouth.

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