It’s the last night of the show today. What a show, what an adventure. We had a visit last night and today from our friends from the north who are just starting their holidays whilst we are just finishing ours. They’ve gone their way now, but it was nice hanging with them. We’re going home tomorrow – allow me to use a cliche, but this week has flown by. I’m dreading the pack up and the goodbyes.
Today we (pretty much the whole cast and crew) went to Witch’s Cauldron – a place that you get to via a breathtaking coastal walk along some of the finest cliff views in Wales. There’s a tunnel that you can swim into that leads you to a sea cave. When the sun hits one of the three tunnels at the right angle, you get an incredible green glow inside. This happened today whilst we were in there. From the cave you can either swim to a beach that’s completely surrounded by cliffs on all sides – water is the only way, other than abseiling to get there. The third entrance takes you out to sea. We did this as well and got chucked about by the choppy waves. Enlivening. From there, it was picnics and friends, old and new, exploring and taking photos.
I’d like to have used a few of the photos I took today to colour up this blog post a bit, but I can’t because I’ve just set my camera up in time lapse mode – pointing at a view over the stage, the audience and the sky beyond.
Speaking of the sky – it has just started raining heavy bursts on and off. That will undoubtedly scare off a few people but early indications predicted it could be a busy one. Anyhoo. This is definitely one of those blogs where I didn’t have a plan of what I wanted to say. Instead, I’ve just blurted. Given that this post hasn’t got a real beginning, middle or end, I’ll just stop writing.