The bank holiday has been a lovely break from work and I feel rested and relaxed.
I could have done with less wind and more warmth - actually seeing the sun a bit more often would have been nice too, but it didn't rain a lot so it could have been worse.
Our systematic survey of cafes in St Davids was continued. Saturday was extraordinarily quiet in St Davids, we were wondering where everyone was because even in winter it is busy. Most odd. It got much busier later in the weekend. The Grove hotel was pleasant enough but the cake was a bit dry and the coffee a bit weak, so it only got a 7.
We found an advert for a guided walk based on Waldo Williams. He is a Welsh poet who has had very little translated into English, so isn't well known outside Wales, but Brian really likes him, so we booked up and went off to Llandissilio on Monday. It was charming. Llandissilio is a small and unremarkable town and its only claim to fame is really that Waldo Williams was born and lived there, but the chap leading the walk loves his town, and was so enthusiastic that it rubbed off on all the rest of us. The walk was good too, and my new boots were fine.
Today the sun has come out, tomorrow I have to go to a funeral and then back to work.
Life is just full of contrasts, which is probably a good thing, otherwise we might get bored.