Day 2 - We caught the boat over to Caldey Island in the morning. It was surprisingly choppy for a relatively short journey, but thankfully a lot less windy when we got there.
The island is small and only home to 12 residents and 16 monks - we ticked off most of the attractions pretty quickly and then had a lovely walk around the edge of the island. Stopped for a picnic with an amazing view, and had coffee in the tea rooms when we got back to the little village.
On the beach we saw a few huge jellyfish washed up, way way bigger than any I've seen in this country before. On the boat ride back we saw them alive out in the water too, hundreds of them. Apparently Pembrokeshire is in the middle of a "mega swarm".
We had ice creams from Stowaway when we got back to Tenby - a little tiny cafe tucked in one of the harbour arches - Piero didn't quite get to finish his thanks to a well planned mass seagull ambush.
Lots of pasta and veg for tea, then a sunset/rainbow walk along South Beach, and home via the pub.
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