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... gets 2 pages in my Ireland Eyewitness guide, then it is worth a look. Very small roads and very few signs led us to the Burren. I had little confidence that we were going the right way until 1 km away; we found a sign (really?). We stopped at a Portal Tomb where they had excavated 33 bodies dated from 3000BC. The Portal Tomb was on the Burren-FINALLY found it and it was COOL! After hiking around here, the rest of the drive north, there were limestone ...
Got to love the Irish: they do breakfast like no other. Their version of bkfst is huge! Fruit of all kinds (they look at me weird when I take a bunch of bananas to bring to everyone on the bus :)). Cheeses and meats. Jams, scones, breads of all kinds, buns, croissants. Butter: the best butter ever. Scrambled and poached eggs; bacon, ham, sausage, hash browns, something weird they call pudding that looks like fried bran ...
... local farmer's market, which is open every Friday, and strolled down to the waterfront. We took photos with the statue of Fungie, a well-known local dolphin who has apparently been playing alongside tour boats for nearly 20 years. We considered taking a cruise but ultimately decided to hold off, in case we had time to tour the Blasket Islands in Dunquin on the next leg of our trip. We spent some time around the town marina, looking ...
So we travel with quite the assortment of electronics. I almost prefer the days before the internet and cell phones when I would go on vacation and then show people all the pictures and tell them all the stories after I got back. Sadly, with email, international phones, Facebook, digital cameras and blogging, those days are long gone.
We travel with the follow:
my MacBook Air
a sim card ...
... trailer at some point during the day. Earlier in the day, he'd had to have a repair made to the assisted breaking mechanism and we hoped the ramp may have come off at the shop and would call in the morning to check on it.
After some dinner and hot coffee we moved on to start the Ring of Dingle. Early in the route, we started up a mountain over Conor Pass and noticed fog or low hanging clouds beginning to envelop us and before we knew it we ...
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