After church and a short orientation meeting, a bunch of us found ourselves with hours of free time and a startlingly sunny day, so we decided to go for a long walk. Our goal: to get out of Bangor.
A goal which was surprisingly easy to accomplish; the town isn’t all that big. We walked along the hill overlooking the water, passing a set of standing stones I hadn’t known was there. I’m definitely going to explore that further when I get a chance!
We went down near the pier and along the beach road, bewildering the local people with all the pictures we took.
We were more or less in search of Penhryn Castle (I think we ended up about 15 minutes away, but the road was restricted), but instead we found a neat walking trail that seemed very popular with the locals. We were in constant danger of getting run over by polite Welsh cyclists, who must have been too well-mannered to shout a warning when they were coming up behind us.