On one of the hottest days so far we drove into the pretty village of Solva and walked about ten miles along the coastline to Newgale. The wild flowers are finally going over but the views out to sea were just as breath taking.
At the mouth of the harbour there were two tall ships anchored and as you walked around the cliffs catching glimpses of them it was like something out of Pirates of the Caribbean.
This turned out to be our last walk in Pembrokeshire as we decided at the beginning of June to hand our notice in. We always said if one of us was not enjoying the job we’d pack it in, as we’d seen it too many times with other staff just plodding on being miserable. I made the decision but Dean wholeheartedly agrees with me.
For a variety of reasons it is time to go down a different path, that still allows us to travel but also enables us to earn money. We’ve enjoyed a lot of our times working for both clubs and made some friends for life. Anyone who has worked direct with the Great British Public will know no two days are ever the same, and I for one have learnt a lot and I definitely have a thicker skin now!
As with anything we’ve also met some really nasty people on our travels but all they’ve done is taught us valuable lessons in who to trust and what we’ll allow people to get away with.
We’re both so happy right now and are looking forward to the future together.