South Wales Beaches | Pembrokeshire Coast Day Out | England Road Trip Travel Vlog 22 Posted on April 25, 2019 BEACHES chicago hotels COAST dallas hotels Day ENGLAND hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels Pembrokeshire private jet rental property Road south travel travel vlog Trip vacation vlog WALES 21 thoughts on “South Wales Beaches | Pembrokeshire Coast Day Out | England Road Trip Travel Vlog 22” Thanks hope to visit one day and see the dolphins!Reply truly enjoyed your video. always have a good laugh and joy in everything. safe travels around the world 😊😊😊Reply Always look forward to your videos.Reply Lordy love your videos.Reply My goodness! You deserve more subs! Your videos are easily on par with other travel channels. How can we help spread your channel? xoxReply morning 🇦🇺🇵🇭Reply Looks like a barrel jellyfish. They can wash up on and near the Pembrey Beach area. You were just West of there. Wales can get Portuguese man-o-wars too, near Freshwater West.Reply Underrated? What's the criteria? How's the temperature? Where's the picturesque sunrise or sunset…or even the sun itself.Reply Would love to see you guys adventure north up Scotland! 🙂Reply The Welsh language looks like someone dropped a can of alphabet spaghetti, yet I love it! I was so surprised how widespread the signage and inclusion of it is everywhere.Reply Their not cows my Lovelies. Their what you call Bulls 👍🏻.. Much love as always. Best channel on YouTube xReply To me this is just one of the most beautiful places in the world. Lovely video guys!Reply It is the Blue Lions mane Jelly most likely. I googled it so its just an educated guess.Reply Not ideal for snorkeling in the water must be very cold, huh ? I know you love snorkelingReply Bean hypeeeeeeeeee 😁😁😁Reply Wales is so nice but I think alot of us English write it off because of the Welsh and the stupid language that hardly anyone speaksReply Hey Beanie Hats. How the heck are you? Not muscle cows; they are bulls!! They have willies, lol.Reply You have got to goto Oxwich Bay, most beautiful place to exploreReply Such a scenic area. Made my our family’s minds up of where to go on our hols this year.Reply That Jelly Fish is a 'Welsh Tnuc Yppols Tew' and is most common around Cardiff. Now read the name backwards. I'm going to hell.Reply Good timing, just as I sit down to eat lunch! 👍Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.