I start today with a walk around the town of Aberystwyth, First I take a look at the castle ruins and the Edwardian and Victorian houses along the harbour and sea front. It is a popular seaside resort with a grand pier and a cliff railway.
I walk up the Constitution hill by the cliff railway where you get a superb view back of Aberystwyth. The railway is supposed to be the longest in Britain. It also looks quite steep.
I walk from the village of Aberaeron with its small harbour to the university town of Aberystwyth.
I soon pass through the village of Aberarth. In victorian times it was a popular place for retired sea captains. I cross the bridge by the church and back out along the coast
I continue back on my walking challenge after a short return home to cast my vote in the general election.
My walk today is along the Ceredigion coastline between two Aber’s with some pretty places inbetween.
I start the day with a pleasant walk around Cardigan with its castle, shopping centre and market.
It’s a bit of a walk along the estuary with views across to Poppit Sands towards Gwbert. I skirt around the headland before reaching the coast again opposite Cardigan Island.