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A postcard from Pembrokeshire

A Pembrokeshire sunrise to remember
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Dear Reader,

I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to tell you about my holiday in Manorbier, Pembrokeshire. It is absolutely beautiful here, and I am having the time of my life.

One of the highlights of my trip so far has been watching the sunrise on the beach. The colours in the sky are absolutely breathtaking, and the sound of the waves crashing on the shore is incredibly soothing. I have been going to the beach early in the morning to catch the sunrise, and it has been such a magical experience it’s inspired the poet in me.

The east awakens,
With a fiery glow.
The waves dance to the beat,
Of the sunrise show


My favourite moment was when I was wandering along the beach early one morning and came across a small rock pool. The water in the pool was perfectly still, and as the sun began to rise, the colours of the sunrise were reflected in the water. It was like a mirror, and I was able to capture the most beautiful photograph of the sunrise reflecting in the pool. It was such a magical moment, and I am so happy that I was able to capture it. I have included that photograph with this letter, I hope you like it as much as I do.

The weather has been perfect for a beach holiday too, warm and sunny, with a light breeze to keep us cool. The water is so clear and inviting, and I have been swimming every day. The beach is also great for long walks, and I’ve been exploring the different coves and rock pools along the coast.

Manorbier is such a quaint and charming village, with narrow streets, and pretty cottages. The people here are so friendly and welcoming. I’ve been trying out the local seafood, which has been delicious. I also visited the castle here, it has a rich history and it was great to learn more about the area.

I am so glad I decided to come on this holiday, it has been a much-needed break and a chance to relax and unwind. I wish you were here to share in the beauty and tranquillity of this place. I’m looking forward to coming back home and catching up with you soon.

Take care and talk to you soon


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One response to “A postcard from Pembrokeshire”

  1. The sea must be very cold at this time of year! I would love to return to southern Wales and on the way stop over on Anglesey or on the Llyn peninsula! Wales has a fabulous coastline!


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