We left Fishguard and headed back to England and more specifically Chitterne, a small village in Wiltshire where we are spending five nights. The majority of the drive was on the M4 motorway and fairly unexciting.
However, we took a break in Swansea for a few hours where I met a fellow blogger, Julia from Creative Economy in the Kitchen. The good weather meant that we were able to stroll around the garden and make all sorts of discoveries followed by a simple lunch served outdoors on the terrace. Home-grown produce including marrow, tomatoes, potatoes and raspberries made it extra special.
Then we took a short walk up to the allotment where it seemed fitting to have a photograph in the patch of leeks (Welsh national symbol).
The Duke and J checking out the garden shed built from recycled materials.
We had a lovely visit and came away laden with a marrow, leek, beans, raspberries, tomatoes and honey.
Thank you for a fabulous day.