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... on the way. Weather did not permit much of a view from the top. Walk was much longer than stated on the info we had, but still good along the coastal cliffs in the strong wind and bits of rain! Some quite heavy rain on the way home as we retraced our path east from Dingle to Killarney. Friday 29th August. Another wet day, so decided to keep out of the car and stay local in Killarney. Close to our apartment is St Mary's Cathedral that we visited. Also designed ...
... Jessica didn't have to worry because she was wearing a hat. Geoffrey said he did that as a way of bonding with his birdie pack - this type of hawk hunts in packs and he was deciding that we were part of his pack. At one point Hunter swooped off in the other direction and dropped to the ground and we heard all sorts of squeaking - he caught a rabbit! Geoffrey managed to get it away from him by offering a very large chunk of food. He put the dead rabbit into his rucksack for tomorrow's ...
... really nice, big and clean. We dropped a massive bag of washing off on our way out which they wash, dry and fold for €5 compared to the €12 we paid in Dublin! We walked to the town centre (raining as usual) stopping off at a few shops, we went and booked our paddy wagon tour for Sunday and the girl gave it to us for €40 instead of €50 which is great! Kilarney is lovely, probably one of the nicest towns in Ireland. Spent the ...
... in the bus all snug listening to Peters stories, he is a scream, and enjoying the scenery, photos will never do it justice.
we have an early start tomorrow we leave at 8, going to limerick via Dingle Peninsula
john and Julie have a great trip, Maureen enjoy your time in Perth, enjoy ANZAC day, even the Canadians knew what ANZAC was.
have been spoilt with the wifi here hope it continues,good ...
... than a euro ‘pence’. Is that true?”
“We call it change.” She said.
“Does anyone say pence?” I asked.
“It doesn’t fecking matter!” She said. “It’s fecking insignificant. It’s fecking change!” So much for lightening the mood . . .
Barbara leaned over to me. “You know that girl you were talking to, she’s fecking crazy. Nuts.” With her accent it ...