Tag Archives: walking

267 Warton to Blackpool

I’m hoping today will be easier than yesterday, and I get off to a good start. Continue reading

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250 (am) Beaumaris to Bangor

I say goodbye to wonderful Anglesey, and walk through Bangor, a seaside town without a seaside. Continue reading

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247 Moelfre to Red Wharf Bay

I limp along, and develop hay fever to add to my misery. But at least I’m staggering on. Continue reading

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246 City Dulas to Moelfre

I do some minor trespassing, discover a pretty beach, and learn about a tragic shipwreck. Continue reading

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243 Llanfaethlu to Cemaes

Anglesey is full of surprises. I round a corner and come across a wonderful little bar of beach. Continue reading

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242 Llanfachraeth to Llanfaethlu

I wait for the rain to stop and set off for a walk in dull weather along nameless bays. Continue reading

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241b Holyhead to Llanfachraeth

I discover the path along the shore is not really a path at all. It’s an ankle-twisting scramble over rocks, pebbles and loose shingle. Continue reading

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241a Holyhead

It’s a weird morning. Dull weather. Poor scenery. And slow progress. Continue reading

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240 Trearddur Bay to Holyhead

High tide means the beach is covered, so I take to the promenade in order to walk around Trearddur Bay. When I reach the end of the bay I know the official Isle of Anglesey Coast Path joins the road. But I discover there is no … Continue reading

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239b Silver Bay to Trearddur Bay

A giant child with a massive paint brush has been set free to paint the cliffs. The rocks are crumpled and creased, looking as if made of nothing more solid than flimsy cardboard. Continue reading

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