Pier House Bed and Breakfast
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... from golf, we decided to round off an already good morning with a Baileys coffee at a nice looking pub in the town, even though it was still morning! We've decided we could easily get used to these! By this time the boys had tracked us down in the pub and we headed back to Abbey Lodge. Then it was into the car and off to Kinsale, our destination for the night.
Kinsale, a small historic town and fishing port located in County Cork in the south of Ireland, is another gem of ...
... is sometimes called “Happy Valley” because Eli Lilly manufactures much of its Prozac just outside the town. Maybe there’s a connection? Barry, our town-guide, is an example of the joyfulness that I find so captivating.
Barry literally walked us through the historical significance of Kinsale, from the Spanish Armada at the turn of the 16th Century to ...
... when, to its later history as a crucial Catholic Church in Ireland. It has a pretty long and interesting history, so was definitely worth a stop for an hour or two. In particular, Cormac's Chapel which was built in the Romanesque style and is one of the earliest churches in all of Ireland, was pretty cool. It's been left pretty untouched & rustic and unusually the front alter part is positioned off centre. It originally had a second floor but that was all gone ...
It was a steep learning curve for me going through all the systems.
Phil Hart a Belfast man from the Shankill Rd returned to the boat after a shopping spree.He was the other crew member and an old University friend of Clive's.He had been in Kinsale for the past week awaiting departure.He was very familiar with the boat as he was on it again last year in Waterford but ...
... of a private farm and walk over hills where sheep graze, through muddy pools without really knowing in which direction to go!! But the trip was well worth it and if I had to choose I will go there again!
At Crookhaven we found a little shop selling the most delicious scones and then we have to move on to get to Killarney.
I have made a big mistake in our planning, but you never know what places will ...