We caught the train into Pembroke. It cost £11.80 return for both of us and only took 30 minutes.

First stop coffee and breaky. Found a delightful cafe called Drifters. All done up like a seaside shack. Andy made us very welcome and made sure we were looked after. His camper van was parked outside!! Well worth a visit if passing. ( cafe not camper van! ) 🤣🤣

Onto the castle. We had a tour and the man was excellent at his job. We learnt such a lot.

This was the room that King Henry 7th was born!!

We also went into Wogan’s cave. It was there before the castle was built an nomads lived in it until the castle took it as a store room.

A great day out and a wonderful castle to explore.

We caught the train back, after pinching a Welsh mans drink, he didn’t seem to mind!! and a short walk around the town.

This last photo is a shop where the lady actually makes silver jewellery moulded from the shells on the beach.

I had to buy some!!!!!

Back in Tenby we decided to have Fish and chips, wanted them outside but it was dark by the time we reached them!

The pubs in Tenby seemed to come alive at night and seemed a little more welcoming but I had come down with a cold so we just headed back to Mable. xx🐧xx