Camping in Wales

After a two night stay in the Sutton Scotney Service Station Travel Lodge, Which was a pretty nice place to be honest, we thought we needed a little bit nature so headed over to Wales for the weekend. First two nights were spent in Neath in South Wales just above Swansea. This place was amazing, Lone Wolf Campsite, made me want to do the "lone wold" speech from 'The Hangover', bit if you want a site that's not quite wild camping but more so than normal camping then this place is worth a visit with a couple of small pitches in woodland by the river this is possibly the best campsite I've stayed at. We visited the nearby waterfalls where we had a natural power shower and did a bit of jumping and wild swimming, it was cold, but definitely good for the soul. Then it was two days just outside of St. Davids in Pembrokeshire in Celtic Camping, a nice little farm campsite close to the edge of the cliff with brilliant coatline. As a suprise Katy treated me to a great day of adventure on the sea with TYF, sea kyaking, fishing and coasteering. This was a great day and if you're in the area go with these our guide Martin was great and was like a young Attinbourgh of sea creatures.

Armed with a little cheap underwater (waterproof) 35mm camera from Decathlon...