We were joined on this leg of the walk by our friend Enikő Benedek.
It was raining when we arrived in Swansea, but we sat in the car until the shower cleared. It was also blustery on the marina in Swansea, but we managed to avoid the rain by stopping for coffee in the Mumbles.
The walk took us along the fitness trail through the Mumbles, bringing back memories of the Mumbles mile, and onto the Gower Peninsula, the first Area of Outstanding Beauty in Britain, designated in 1956.
Heather, gorse, crocus, daffodils, daisies and snowdrops – spring had sprung.
We ended our walk in Langland Bay, and coincidentally managed to leave Swansea just after the footie kick off, avoiding traffic. Great to be out in the fresh air.
It was great to have Eniko join us for the walk – such a joy when friends walk together.