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... blown away and the sun shone down on the water, making for some beautiful pictures.
After reaching Donegal, we booked into the Abbey Hotel, then made our way to the Castle Restaurant where I sampled Irish seafood for the first time. Fresh Donegal Oysters, followed by lemon sole fillets stuff with crabmeat. Sublime! I am afraid I will be wearing a Moo Moo when I get back to work.
Then just to give the kids a ...
... frangipani (almond and meringue crust) and banoffee pie (banana and toffee, extremely rich). Glencolmcille was another remote town a bit down the road. The views from this higher community were breathtaking. After dinner, Irish dancing and music were enjoyed. Two young women entertained and the mother of one explained the steps and ...
So we have been very lousy with writing here. But we found an awesome family we are staying with for some time now. We help them out in the garden and some other things around the house. We love it here! We have a donkey! And a pony! (I went to the open field couple of days ago and I had only two apples with me. So I got to the pony and the donkey and gave them those apples. Then started going back and ...
... up away from its little harbour. We walked around & found the jewellery shop which was commissioned to make all the jewellery for the Game of Thrones. The shop is called Steensens, & they make very modern abstract jewellery getting inspiration from the windy coastline. They also had models of the jewellery they had made for the show- the hand of the king broach, the mother of the dragons broach, Sansa's necklace, Joffery's crown. We kept driving to another small coastal ...
... I am reading a Helen Garner book - it is amazing to have so many options on our iPads!
This morning we drove around the town and found it totally deserted - so much easier to navigate without traffic! There is a tall monument set on the highest point in town in memory of Sir Galbriath Cole, who was one of Wellington's generals and led the English forces who defeated the Macguires here. He came from Devon, which is another of my ...