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Keely was first up and out the door (into the cold) to make a snowman. About half of the snow had melted or turned to ice but she still clumped together some snow, stuck in cherry tomatoes for the eyes and a carrot piece for the nose. Of course she named it 'Olaf' after the snowman from the Disney movie Frozen. We had a nice self-made breakfast and then loaded Reddy Eddie to go to the Giants Causeway. It was a careful slow drive out of the driveway to make sure we ...
... past Drumcliff, where poet W.B Yeats is buried.
Drove out to Streedagh Beach, where 3 ships of the Spanish Armada were wrecked in 1588.
On into Sligo, and walked around the town, dodging rain.
Camped at The Beach Bar at Aughris Head, a really old fashioned thatched pub at a very wind-blown beach. Not a palm tree or deck chair in sight, but great Guinness stew for ...
... day, where Derry is trying to create a new, optimistic and vibrant city out of its dark past.
Left the city and drove over the border. Another - our LAST - country. Ireland. Complete absence of signs to tell us where we were, however!!!
Stayed on a small farm near Donegal, where the owner, Colette, had set up a Happy Glamping business. Comfortable cabins to stay in long term, but also spaces to park ...
... up shop in the winter time so no-one was around today. I guess one doesn't have to be religious in the wintertime. From Lough Derg, I made my way back to Donegal. After a spot of lunch I went for a wander around town. The first place I spotted was another franciscan friary ruin. The Donegal Friary was looted by the English in 1588. However the O'Donnel clan drove the english out in 1592 and gave it back to the monks. It was attacked again in 1601. This ...
... and a rest I completed the circuit and returned to our hotel for a lunch of soup in the bar. After a rest I drove down to Rosses point and walked along the beach. Back at the hotel Marg filled me in on her meeting and we then planned our trip fro tomorrow which we had left open until now. We dined in town at a lovely pub called Hargadons after successfully negotiating the one way streets of Sligo ...