|Llandudno East Beach|
By the time we launched the skies had clouded over and a slight breeze chilled the air. We made our way along the beach and were watched by the crowds as we paddled under the pier.
Although the guillemots and razorbills that make this paddle special in the early summer had long gone, there was still plenty of bird life around with many Cormorants belly-flopping into the water when we approached.
We passed another group going in the other direction, and they told us of playful seals under the lighthouse, and it was not long before we picked up company.
We were rock-hopping and investigating the small caves as we made our way around under the spectacular cliffs.
|Rocky landing for lunch|