Setting off relatively early on day 2 we ventured from our glamping pod to South Stack along the coastal path. The view was spectacular with numerous private beaches to ourselves.
A couple of hours later we reached the lighthouse in South Stack. People were huddled around binoculars spotting puffins on the cliffs.
We returned to the pod in the late afternoon and got ready for a dinner in Trearddur Bay.
The next day we booked a kayaking lesson with Anglesea Adventures. The coach was brilliant. We meandered around cliffs in Trearddur Bay.
On day 4 we went to Silver Bay – which was hidden and dipped in the freezing cold sea. It was very refreshing.
We enjoyed lunch at The Eagel before going to Newborough Beach and Forest which was my favourite beach we went to!
On our last day we climbed Snowdon. We beasted it up in one hour and fifty minutes and down in one hour! I was absolutely exhausted afterwards!