Breakfast at 9AM with the same people as yesterday for conversation. Most are moving on as this is the last day of the Bank Holiday. We load up and bid Jeff and Allison, our hosts, farewell and are on the road about 10:30. Today’s drive is to be 200 miles and take 3:30. Yeah, right! We may be slow, but we do learn! It is going to be a B... of a drive!
Coming out of extreme, southwestern Wales there are no main roads so the GPS has us on pig tracks for the first 30 miles or so (a little over an hour of driving forward a mile then backing up 100 yards to a passing space or waiting for the on coming car to do the same. Heaven forbid we should meet any farm equipment!!
Finally we pick up the A40 and as we go through Haverfordwest we see Haverford Castle ruins on top of the hill above the town center. This is a Norman castle built about 1100. We check the GPS and see it marked so we find the entrance, but fortunately for our time factor there are about two very steeps flights of steps up to the ruin so we take a picture and drive on.