Aberarth, on the Welsh coastal path

As a geographer and traveller the word undulate references landscape and in particular a rolling landscape of Wales. The coastal path north from Aberaeron to Aberarth and south from Aberaeron to New Quay is definitely undulating. On a rare sunny day on Cardigan Bay I reached Aberarth and was delighted with what I found, brightly coloured cottages and well tended gardens. However………

there hasn’t been a pub in Aberarth since the 1920’s a local informs me!  He who likes to think he is obeyed and myself were keen to sup an ale  and a gin and tonic and rest before we retraced our steps but it wasn’t to be!

However we were delighted to explore this pretty coastal village where river meets sea.

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