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?
Entrances are entrancing, aren’t they?
Shall we try the left hand cave?
And then, what will we discover inside?
Is that light at the end of the tunnel?
Is this a window, or one of the other entrances?
Ah, the exit. Or is it yet another entrance?
As the child relishing a new-made pun might say, I see the sea!