This is where a real, local person is so much better than a computer. Perhaps stay on the X53 to the bus station and hope for a taxi? It's probably too far to walk from there to St Davids. Or leave Seaton earlier?
That's what fbb would do; take the first service 52A of the day**, allowing well over an hour for Exeter crises and, more usefully, a full English breakfast before catching the train.
Tomorrow's conclusion is, mostly, a lot easier. Maybe.
** P.S. Or 0650 Axe Valley Travel to Axminster, thence 0738 train to Exeter arrive 0818. And, again, plenty of time for cooked breakfast.
Most cultures with a Christian tradition use a name based on the Jewish festival of Passover.
Pascua : Spanish
Pasqua : Italian
Paşti : Romanian
Pashka : Albanian
Pasg : Welsh
Pask : Conish
Páskir : Faroese
It was the Passover, particularly the painting of a lamb's blood on the doorposts, when the Hebrew tribes were led out of slavery in Egypt and on into their Promised Land. For Christians, the blood of the Crucifixion re-enacts those historic events; but this time the protection is from slavery to sin and begins a consequent journey to the promised "land" of Heaven.
Only in the land of Angles, Saxons and the like could the most important Christian festival be named after a non-existent pagan god!