Coffey's River's Edge
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... large bus that got there early and almost all of the carts had already gone over the gap. There were a lot of cart customers milling around trying to arrange a trip, but there were hardly any carts. We asked Maria, in the Coffee Pot, what the situation was and she enlightened us, telling us that the early guys were all on their way back, but she wasn't sure when they would get back. We decided to go out and sort of secure a place "in line." Ger arrived back just as we ...
... mean a fortified farmstead). Beautiful structure, seemed to be owned by a cat. He came running down the path to great us, meowed the price of entry, which was a pat from each of us (pretty cheap), then he followed us to the fort. Purred at us while we explored.
Time to get back to pick up our laundry and have a nap (or write my blog...). Followed by dinner and music and Irish set dancing at... wait for it... the pub!
Next stop, Allihies.
... down significantly but by the time we got into the hostel it started hailing. We spent the arvo and night lazing about watching the storm and playing board games from our childhood. The power finally came back on at midnight which was a relief. Thursday (13th) power was still on so that made getting up, showering and eating so much easier. Still hailing and windy outside but not as bad. We walked to the bus stop and got chatting with a Canadian girl travelling, she too has the gift of ...
... religion. I better not get started on that.
Next on the agenda is to fly into East midlands airport where i'll be staying with my dear friend, Mali. She's going to take me to Liverpool, where i'll be moon walking over the beatles crossing. and then going to stay in an english cottage I am extremely excited. The hostel environment is wearing thin. Mostly due to the various smells and noises i'm hearing throughout the ...
... 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 ...