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Today we visited the beautiful small town just north of our campground of Aberaeron. With its brightly coloured Georgian houses around the town’s internal harbour it was a lovely place to wander. The town had been built in one fell swoop in the early 19th century by Reverend Alban Gwynne. After the 1807 Harbour Act paved the way for port development the Rev spent his wife’s inheritance dredging the Aeron estuary as a new port for mid Wales and constructing a formally planned town around it.

After exploring the town we changed into our walking shoes and headed out along the coastal path. It was a beautiful day and we all enjoyed our walk along the coast.

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