Not me. I'm not ridiculous. I've just been taking lots of different pictures of it with my fancy new camera, and suddenly noticing how many abandoned boats there are around the Island.
|These flowers are everywhere on the headlands.|
|I love these little houses overlooking the beach. A lot of them are for sale or are rented out for holidays. Be warned though, this is rare Anglesey weather...|
|Another 'abandoned' ship, dragged up onto the cliff. Up close it's a lovely light blue.|
It was sunnier than it looks, and I came back a bit sun-burnt (another lesson I should have learnt), and very tired. Luckily I was greeted at the door with an enormous Pimms from my Granny. She knows me so well...
My favourite place I only discovered this visit. Maybe it's the sunshine, but it's a bit breathtaking. Mynachdy is part of the coastal walk, but you can also access it by parking up in Llanfairynghornwy (again, I think) and walking across a field to the cliffs.
You do get stared at by a lot of sheep. But it's worth it when you get to the beach...
This cove looked pretty enticing, and the explorer in me wanted to wade in to check it out, but a few steps in I remembered how cold it is and how expensive my camera was, and decided to check it out from the cliffs instead.
It was a pretty scary path up to here, especially with the wind blowing. Luckily the beach was deserted apart from a few kayaks, or there would have been a lot of people seeing up my dress as I scrambled up the hill. It was well worth it for the view though. I climbed to the highest point on the very edge, and could see all the way around the coast.
The walk back was a bit surreal, like an old western movie with the locals (sheep) staring menacingly at you as you pass by, and trees that look like this...
I've only a few days left here now before I head back down south. I've promised myself I'll start applying for jobs, instead of just spending hours looking at them. I'll leave you with one last photo though. This is the church at Church Bay. It looks out over the coast, and it's where a lot of family events have happened, including my parent's wedding and my sister's christening.