Up next was Wales and Snowdonia National Park where we were hiking up to Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales. It was a huge change in scenery compared to the cities we've been visiting, notwithstanding the sunny blue skies on that day.
The hike up to the summit of Mount Snowdon was clearly popular. It wasn't too gruelling, although I recall having a little fall on one of the wet sections. I wasn't worse for wear though and made it to the summit okay.
Mount Snowdon was a great hike. In the original itinerary, the plan was to visit Pembrokeshire Coast National Park next but the timing didn't work. Instead of trying to push the limits of time, we deviated from plan again and headed straight to Cardiff, where we packed it in for the night. Cardiff was really just a pit stop back to London, which was the next leg of the trip (including the wedding).