A week in Wales ~ Day 5



After days of staring at Pembroke Castle over breakfast, in the evening from the lounge and bidding it goodnight before bed we finally decided to give it the attention it deserves.
And it didn’t disappoint.Privately owned the castle has an amazing history. Starting with the cave beneath it which was used as shelter by cavemen, to being the birthplace of Henry VII. And there were Cromwell conquests and stuff too, I will be honest I spent more of my time getting freaked out by the waxworks and terrified by the narrow steep spiral staircases than reading the info on the walls 🙂
We then bought presents for people at home, including the “traffic jam” pictured. Next we headed to Tenby for the last time and enjoyed a knickerbocker glory.


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