March 21st: Burry Port to Llansaint via Kidwelly!
A great day of hiking with Ray Davies of Kidwelly. Enjoyed the walk along the beach front meeting people. In the Pembrey Forest we met up with four hikers from the Aber area, Sandy, Peter, John and Hugh and then faced a massive flooded area that forced us to detour through the thick and thorny underbrush, ably led by Ray, who earned the name Ray ‘GPS’ Davies. We hiked into Kidwelly to be greeted by the mayor at the great Kidwelly castle. [The name Cydweli means the shared (river) bed where the two rivers Gwendraeth, the Fawr and the Fach, enter the sea. Huw T (Williams)]. After a good lunch we hiked to windswept Llansaint. There we were picked up once again by Huw who drove us back to Burry Port.