Can we just take a minute to look at the view for a second?
Wilf looks like he's been crying in these pictures with my dad, he wasn't he was just really really tired. Which is what happens when you refuse to go to sleep ALL DAY and don't drop until sometimes 11pm..boy was I tired, especially with the 5.30am seagull alarm clocks too.
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Looking moody and grumpy getting rained on at the beach.
I love this shot below, family band album cover?
I love Bristol but I sometimes yearn for backdrops like this..
Unfortunately it rained for most of our trip in Aber but it didn't stop Wilf from enjoying the beach, we literally had to drag him away anytime it was time to leave.
If you are visiting Aberystwyth (and you should) you must take the cable car up to the top Constitution Hill and whilst you're there visit the Camera Obscura. The buildings have been re-done since I lived there and they even have bowling up there now. I spent a lot of time as a teen on Constitution Hill but this was only the second time I'd ridden the cable car, Wilf of course loved it. We had a cake and coffee and the top but it was so breezy we didn't stay long. So so worth it for the view though.
My dad gave Wilf a magnifying glass for exploring all the hidden treasures the beach had to offer, in the shot above they had just found a crabs claw. It's funny the things you take for granted seeing when you lived on the coast but are a new and novel experience for a city child. If I'm honest Wilf would probably love living by the seaside but I can't get on with not being by the hustle and bustle of city life.
p.s I still have a few more pics to share, I'm slowly learning to be more selective but trips away still seem to end up in around three posts!