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Abereiddy (Blue Lagoon)

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Saturday 10 October 2015

What shall we do a "Dydd Sadwrn" morning? Oh yes, but I did not tell you that "saturday" in Welsh is called "Dydd Sadwrn" which means "Saturn's day" (same as in Latin)!
In any event, this saturn's day 10th of october, Amin, Ehsan, Sole and I went to the beautiful Pembrokeshire National Park, two hours away from Swansea.Abereiddy - Blue LagoonAfter visiting the Saint David's Cathedral we decided to go a bit more North in the tiny quiet community of Abereiddy. Abereiddy - Blue LagoonThe popular spot of the area is called Blue lagoon and is famous for its turquoise waters and its cliff jumping. In septembre divers from all over the world meet here to compete and jump from 27 meters high!Abereiddy - Blue LagoonAbereiddy - Blue LagoonThe weather is cloudy (but not rainy) and gives a lugubrious aspect to the place that remains of full beauty!
Abereiddy - Blue LagoonAbereiddy - Blue LagoonAbereiddy - Blue LagoonAbereiddy - Blue LagoonWe are now on the Abereiddy beach famous for its black sand full of fossils!Abereiddy - Blue LagoonUnfortunately I do not have any fossil's picture, but I leave you with a small gift to conclude our stroll that will continue in the amazing city of Marloes.Abereiddy - Blue Lagoon

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