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Newgale Beach caves, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Newgale Beach caves, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Where is the portal, you may ask?

If you went on seaside holidays as a child, no doubt your romantic imagination was fed by literary caves or underground cavities: those, say, in Enid Blyton’s Famous Five books, Meade Falkner’s Moonfleet or J K Rowling’s Harry Potter novels (especially Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince).

So, if you spot caves, like these on Newgale beach in Pembrokeshire, what person with the childlike still in them doesn’t want to explore?

cave 2

Entrances are entrancing, aren’t they?

cave 3

Shall we try the left hand cave?

cave 4

And then, what will we discover inside?

cave 5

Is that light at the end of the tunnel?

cave 6

Is this a window, or one of the other entrances?

cave 7

Ah, the exit. Or is it yet another entrance?

cave 8

As the child relishing a new-made pun might say, I see the sea!

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