The Drive From West Hook Farm to St David's PembrokeshireCamper Van Adventures in Wales
The drive from the camp site at West Hook Farm to St David”s passed several cute villages. Amazing hedgerows full of abundant wild flowers, a huge unknown bird of prey about to pounce, St Brides Castle with a sad history, a new Sprinter van painted as a colourful ice-cream van and an amazingly cool VW Camper with a unique trailer made by Grant Jones of Dubbers Delights It is the only one in the UK apparently. Gorgeous!
Water for the villagers of Marloes in the olden days!
The clock tower in Marloes
Hummm lets check out St Brides
A typical British post box, but I don’t think the ‘Royal’ in Royal Mail has become lost in translation over the years!
Still heading for St. Brides
Stumbled across these colourful houses in the middle of nowhere!
Little lanes lined with wild flowers
Finally arrived at St Brides with the castle in the distance.
This cove looks to be popular with divers
A blurry St Brides castle and vibrant yellow buttercups.
A cool bird, not sure the name of it though!
And no I did not Photoshop this picture!
A super steep hill to come!
Wild garlic growing by the roadside.
I have no idea what and why… looks like a scene from the X-Files. Answers in the comments bellow please.
A large beach below. Here saw the cool Vdub camper with matching trailer.
This mini bus can pick you up at various parts of the Pembrokeshire coast path. Not sure how it works but I’m sure there is plenty of information on the web.
The cathedral of St. David’s