Day 123: Aberporth to New Quay – Bica & Bramble

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Ceredigion, Dyfed, Wales
First light over Pen-y-Badell and the rounded hill of Pen Dinas Llochtyn which was occupied in the Iron Age around 500BC, Ceredigion.

First light over Pen-y-Badell and the hill of Pen Dinas Lochtyn, occupied in the Iron Age around 500BC, Ceredigion.

Dark Light, Cardigan Bay, Tresaith, Ceredigion.

Dark Light, Cardigan Bay, Tresaith, Ceredigion.

Wisps, Tresaith, Ceredigion.

Wisps, Tresaith, Ceredigion.

St. Crannog’s statue by Sebastien Boyesen, Llangrannog, Ceredigion.

St. Crannog’s statue by Sebastien Boyesen, Llangrannog, Ceredigion.

Pen-y-Badell and the hill of Pen Dinas Llochtyn, Ceredigion.

Pen-y-Badell and the hill of Pen Dinas Lochtyn, Ceredigion.

Cave at Llangrannog, Ceredigion.

Cave at Llangrannog, Ceredigion.

Carreg Bica. According to legend this rock is the tooth of the giant Bica who was forced to spit his tooth onto the beach following a bad toothache. Llangrannog, Ceredigion.

Carreg Bica. According to legend this rock is the tooth of the giant Bica who was forced to spit his tooth onto the beach following a bad toothache. Llangrannog, Ceredigion.

Coast path above Llangrannog, Ceredigion.

Coast path above Llangrannog, Ceredigion.

Coastal path towards Cwmtydu from the Urdd Centre, Ceredigion.

Coastal path towards Cwmtydu from the Urdd Centre, Ceredigion.

Pen Dinas Llochtyn, Ceredigion.

Pen Dinas Lochtyn, Ceredigion.

Ynys Lochtyn from the coast path, Ceredigion.

Ynys Lochtyn from the coast path, Ceredigion.

The bramble that hooked my jacket out of my backpack like a skilled pickpocket. I only realised a few valleys away that it was gone. First time I’ve been forced to double back!

The bramble that hooked my jacket out of my backpack like a skilled pickpocket. I only realised a few valleys away that it was gone. First time I’ve been forced to double back!

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