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Travel Blogs from Tarbert
... one of the things I was the most excited about: holding lambs! The day started out pretty perfect, the skies were blue and the lambs were here. There were two lambs that were brought to the hotel, that were just over a week old and were so adorable. I basically turned into a 5 year old when I saw them and we even got to hold them and of course take 100s of pictures. I wanted to just nonchalantly take one on the bus and back to my apartment and see if anyone ...
Excerpt from Avi's travel diary: We have been without pizza now for 10 days. I don't know how much longer we will survive. We had breakfast at the B&B, Avi had a bagel with lox and I tried the local cheese plate. It was decent, though not quite enough lox for Avi's taste. After we checked out and said goodbye to the animals we drove off to explore the Dingle peninsula with the help of Rick Steves. Our first stop was the dunbeg fort, ...
... and portions of the cliffs were white.
Once we were back to Doolin, Jazzy, Beth and I walked around the town and went into small shops. I only bought a key chain and a few shot glasses. We then changed and went back to McDermott’s for dinner. I ordered fish and chips. It was one of the best meals I have had here in Ireland. I had so much food I had to take some home. I would suggest to anyone that went ...
... We sat in the car for a while chatting away and then went inside and I sat and had a cuppa with her talking about all sorts of things, kids, marriage, grandkids, jobs it was a lovely time.
Went upstairs and yes Leon was still successful at his job of keeping the peace in the room!!!
... a fair amount of Guinness.
20 July 2011
Dingle Town to Tarbert (on the Shannon)
Thankfully, Dingle is our westernmost point in Ireland, so now we'll be heading north and east. We are looking forward to finally having some tail winds!
We left Dingle around 9:00am and headed up O'Connor Pass - the highest pass in Ireland. It was about a 7 kilometer climb The Dingle ...