South Wales Day 1 - The sunset that never was

13th May 2014
Day 1 in South Wales at Dunraven Bay and Ogmore by Sea.

I took a leisurely drive to the Vale of Glamorgan, and to the small village of Llangan, near Bridgend, where I would be staying for the next three days, overlooking the lush Welsh countryside.

After unpacking, and despite the weather, I was keen to get out and visit the Glamorgan Heritage Coastline. This rugged stretch of shoreline is unique on the Celtic Sea coast (Cornwall, Wales, Ireland and Brittany). It was formed 200 million years ago when Wales lay underneath a warm, shallow, equatorial sea during the beginning of the Jurassic age.

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