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Just some comments about Ireland and Great Britain
: adults don't need to wear helmets when riding bicycles
: Gaelic for women is MNA ( remember men not allowed)
: Gaelic for men is FIR ( female intrusion resented)
: few rooms have air conditioning and there are no sheets only ...
... Killarney National Park. Goz gives this one a miss and has a wander around town instead. I have a horse called Robin and a driver called Mick, let's just say Mick is full of irish blarney, we have our ride taking us past a pretty cool old castle, Ross castle and then onto our hotel where we are staying for 2 nights.
We had planned to find a launderette tonight to get rid of some washing while we had 2 nights ...
... Therefore, I did as much as I could and then put my computer to rest and visited with some of the rest of the group as my table suddenly became the gathering area for our group. This was totally fine with me, but as it turned out, I should have holed up and found someplace to take a nap, as I could barely keep my eyes open on the bus ride to our hotel. The trip across started out extremely windy. I tried to go out on the 9th floor deck and ...
... green countryside as we bounced along with Scotty.
From Mallow, our route to Fermoy got a little interesting as they had closed a full stretch of the N72 in that direction, so instead where diverted along the N73. It was a bit like the krypton factor deciding which signs were ours to follow with around three separate detours underway from various points. Luckily we made excellent split second choices of left, right or straight and ...
... flowers of every kind. Very pretty. The town was overshadowed by a huge cathedral, the largest I'd seen outside of Vatican city.
Drove along the southern coastline through the town of Youghal, then up to Dungarvan. Stopped for some vegie soup & coffee then continued along them coastline to Tramore. This town is a two hour drive south of Dublin and a very popular seaside village for the ...