Yesterday, I paddled up from New Quay to camp in the dunes at Aberdovey. A nice paddle past interesting looking cliffs and over clear jellyfish-filled water.
I arrived at Aberdovey at dusk and was only there for a few hours – away with the next tide, trying to make the most off this good weather while it lasts.
Today, I crossed over to the Lleyn peninsula, stopping on a beach near Abersoch. I was surprised to find the water was only about 6ft deep at one point when I was miles from shore - a tiny sand bank.
It’s tempting to push on towards Anglesey tomorrow, but the forecast doesn’t look too promising and a rest will be good for my wrists.