We stocked up well with water and were taxied back to yesterdays finish point at the Clwyd Gate restaurant. The sun was blazing, sun tan cream liberably applied and a 300 metre climb was our introduction to the day. On paper it was only 11.5 miles but it consisted of several steep climbs followed by steep decents. It wasn\’t long before the water turned warm and shirts were dripping with sweat. Not much else to say other than it was a long hot slow day. We finished at Bodfari and were picked up by our B&B host. An 86 year old lady who thought nothing of driving on the wrong side of the road and slamming her brakes on down the narrow lanes. Sam gets the award for bravery on this trip as he was always the one in the front seat of the transfers whilst I wa always in the back with eyes firmly closed. The B&B was a very old, slightly run down farm house that Lloyd George had once stayed at.