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Travel Blogs from Bantry
... is incredible, Im not sure if he even knows where it ends. He strictly owns a cow farm, and all of the products made at his farm are sent to make Dubliner Cheese. I got to hold a calve that was only a few days old and I got to milk a cow as well!
Nick and his family have a dog named Tip, whose purpose is to chase the cows. She loved me so I got to walk her all around the farm. We then had delicious sandwiches, fruits, and veggies for lunch and I tried Taytos (the ...
... This morning's gardening was quite heavy, pulling out and clearing weeds from around the tunnel houses. I have a profound respect for weeds and their tenacity in staying in the ground. Paul's weeding technique appears to have them beaten but they know when they have a novice in their sights. Try as I might and I do try, the technique of a quick movement of the trowel with ...
... but it sure felt like I was surrounded by 70,000 Irish speakers. Oh boy. Overwhelming would be an understatement.
I heard about the even through facebook from a friend of mine and intended on going. Then I heard about it from someone who gave a lecture in class and had no idea what he was talking about since the pronunciation was completely different than I imagined. When it dawned on me that they were speaking of the same thing, I told ...
... in me drooled in delight) and fields and fields of spongy, cream colored sheep, looking like little white-chocolate chips dotting their accidental Arcadia.
After a food stop in a little town on the way (we were informed that there would be no grocery store within a few miles of our hostel), we arrived at dark to a winding, bumpy road leading between tall tall trees, to our little sweet hostel, the Arthur Vincent House. I ...
... coast spree
We hadn't heard of the town that was to take our hearts
And provide us through our trip with so many laughs
The name of it was...
Lisdoon, Lisdoon, Lisdoon, Lisdoonvarna!
First stop was Dublin at Peggy & Pat's
Then straight down to Bantry, County Cork, after that
It was here from where mum's grandfather hailed
Before to the land down under he did sail
A lovely time spent with so ...