Thursday, 31 October 2013

St David's 2013: Part 4

Our final day at St David's and the cathedral fed both body and soul. The body had its fill in the Refrectory for morning coffee and the soul gorged on Choral Evensong later on. Even if I do say so myself, we discharged ourselves rather well as a choir tonight.
In between, we did a circular walk taking in Porth Clais, St Non's Chapel and Caerfai Bay.  More sea and sky, with the water being much calmer than earlier on in our stay.Who could ever get bored with views like this?
Flowers are a rarity this time of year but we did come across a solitary yellow toadflax.It's not an uncommon plant so where were all the others?
Not many flowers, neither were there many birds to be seen. But we did come across the rather unusual sight of a Grey Heron on the rocks.
To avoid being hit by cliff divers, walkers should lean to the left.
For completeness, I should mention the bowl of Cawl my IWC had at the Oriel-y-Parc cafe in St David's. We really must make some of this when we get back.

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