We walked round loads of it. I was coping without my walking stick on holiday (I think the bed helped my chronic pain, even though I didn't find it very comfortable actually sleep, if that makes sense) so we went all over. I really dislike spiral staircases so I had to take them really slowly like a nana. Lee helped!
We had lunch in the castle - their veggie choice wasn't fantastic but it was nice enough. Then we drove to Pembroke Dock, which I was expecting to be more seaside like? If there was a pleasure beach we couldn't find it. We drove to a couple more places but couldn't really find anything so just ended up going back to the cottage.
In the evening we went out in Fishguard for curry. I wish we'd gone back to Fishguard actually to look round of the shops earlier in the day, because we passed some interesting looking ones! Oh well, we'll have to go back there again one day! The curry house was empty, but really yummy food. I had some kind of paneer curry I think.
You can see I was wearing my Scarlett & Jo purple dotted dress and grey cardigan - perfect for the day!
I was also wearing my gorgeous Tara brooch that my mum bought me for Christmas in 2016 I think
Looking through the gatehouse to the castle
Towards the keep
Along one wall - we felt really high up!
Lee right on top
Me in a doorway proving how short it was (I'm 5'5")
One of the tower rooms - this might have been where Henry VII was born actually
Lee in a fireplace
View from the top
Me in a slightly bigger fireplace
This is a gun tower on Pembroke Dock
A different ferry that we ended up following all the way out of the estuary
At a place called Dale
And then in Goodwick later that night just as it was getting dark