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... Chase at McSweeneys, and Dennis was there as well within a few minutes. We bought some steaks across the street at the butchers for dinner and headed back to the cottage.
We had reservations to go out to the Skellig Islands for Wednesday, but Dan, the guy that I made the reservations with, had told me to call both Monday and Tuesday evenings to confirm with him because you can't go out there unless the weather is okay. Sure enough, he told me Tuesday evening that ...
... our stint in the kitchen. I was very happy with my Zucchini bread and Janet's soup was smelling extremely fine by mid afternoon. All this happened in between watching Wimbledon Tennis with Janet's gran and using a nice bottle of Chilean Merlot to smooth things over.
... like James so it made the bus trip back to Tralee quick. Once in Tralee we dropped our bags off and went for a walk around town, stopping in a few shops for a look or to get out of the random hail down pours. We made the mistake of going to subway during school lunch time and we both had a moment of thought about dealing with school kids when we go home... Haha. James went and got a hair cut, turns out the barber hardly spoke English but he came out looking like a new man so that was a ...
... waterfall there which was spectacular to see. The view of
the surrounding mountains and lakes were gorgeous. We spent the
afternoon walking around the park. The food has been great, I've especially liked the traditional Irish breakfast- sausage, ham, hashbrowns, and toast. We had haddock the other night in Cork which was really good and the other traditional dishes we have had have been good as well. Tonight it was something similar to a shepherd's pie.
... and most of the books were written in Gaelic and then translated into English and other languages. I want to read The Island Man this summer when I have the time.
Once we left the museum we had one more stop on the peninsula tour. We drove out further into the countryside and stopped at a little road bordered on both sides with tall hedges. “Tis a twenty minute walk to get to the church.” TP said. It was so peaceful to walk down the path, the only ...