The temperature really bit in the day time, so much care and attention was paid as to where the best spot for the caravan was. We found a nice big tree that provided pretty good shade for most of the middle of the day and afternoon, and parked under it.
Emma, Dom and Isaac were up nice and early and had a great time pottering around before sunrise, in the cool of the morning. The sight of the sunrise on the rock face was amazing. Isaac managed to find a "case knife" (Huckleberry Finn reference) and most of the games for the next two days derived from it.
There were quite a few rocks that showed evidence of the sea being a lot higher up in the past, with their beautiful rippled sand patterns.
I had to take it a little slower than normal, feeling pretty washed out and strangely exhausted by the steep sections. Nonetheless, this was one of my favourite walks on our trip so far. It was so pretty and quite different to any we had done before. One of the most spectacular walks for views, with a new one to greet you around every corner.