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... at Port Magee. Somehow I managed to make it to the island without crossing that bridge. Well at least not that I remember. When I do remember seeing the bridge I crossed from the island side...I think. Maybe aliens came down and picked me up and plonked me on the island and erased my memory or something, but I swear the first time I crossed that bridge I was coming from the island side, not the Ireland side. On the way there I went around some pretty hairy roads....maybe ...
... by dark green bushes and limestone walls. Within each farm plot, there were tons of sheep, cows, and horses grazing. The white sheep stood out prominently from every distance since the grass was spectacularly green.
We stayed the night in Dingle and travelled to the world-famous Cliffs of Moher in County Clare Sunday morning (9/28/14). Again, the views were amazing and the sounds of the ...
... t had to do that yet. We were told of a diversion to Valentia Island which we took a car ferry to reach, and after completing the circuit returned to the mainland by a bridge. I drove today to give Narelle a little rest after the mammoth day yesterday. Well this was my baptism of fire as mostly all the roads on the island were one car tracks with an enormous amount of blind hook bends. When we had moved back to the mainland we decided that Narelle was better at driving and a ...
... by the forty minute detour we eventually got back on the highway and began searching for Tara.
The Satnav as usual being of no help and the Irish signage even less so we ended up following our noses before suddenly chancing upon it. Already too late in the afternoon (thanks Offally!) we decided to return in the morning, but not before I happened to be pooped on by an invisible bird, its pals also viewing our poor Maverick as some kind of communal toilet.
... forward so that they could get in when someone leaves. My American friend and I weren’t as eager as them, for one because we are not fiddlers, but also because I was planning on leaving the recital early anyways to go to the singing session in Spanish Point. After twenty minutes went by, we decided to leave the group and watch a tunes session to pass the time before 9pm. We chose a quiet pub with a session led by a young teenager on pipes and some ...
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