Dinbych-y-Pysgod

We’re in Tenby, known to the Welsh as Dinbych-y-Pysgod. The letters might look familiar, but the words here are totally indecipherable to me.

Normally in our travels, once we reach the farthest point in our trip, I like to post a map. While it’s possible that we’ll get a little further tomorrow, since we checked into our hotel this evening, the wind has been picking up and the temperature has been dropping, so we might just hunker down here and walk around town before heading back to Eastbourne on Wednesday.

Tenby is a coastal town and we decided to splurge and stay in a hotel with a view:

In the morning, we’ll walk down the waterfront to the old walled city. I read that there’s a monastery on that little island that you can visit by boat; if so, we’ll try to get there.

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