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... a Sunday. We drove further west to Port Rush, which had more shops open, and stopped for a round of large hot chocolates while Jo-ann wrote on the postcards. We made good use of the free wifi to find accommodation for the night. A search on Booking.com around Ballyshannon showed a number of available hotels from hostels to resort spas. We selected a B&B called Seaview and discovered after making the booking that it was a little off our intended track. Oh well, ...
... supply is frozen.
The weather forecast for tomorrow is milder so, hopefully, this will be only a temporary blip. We won't fancy going away with the water status unresolved.
My mobility has improved tremendously and I am able to walk normally with no limp. So this means that we can face into the trip with anticipation ...
On the road again we got off the main track and headed for the coastal highway to take us past the impressive mountain of Benbulben sticking its head above the the constant fog and staring out to the beautifully harsh North Atlantic Coast.
Our next stop was opportune in taking a turn onto Mullaghmore Peninsula and seeing the sandy beaches of Ireland, yes sandy beaches, the quaint little ...
Today was an awesome day!
We started it off by getting up at 5:30 in the morning...that part wasn't so awesome.
And with the time change, that time ended up being 12:30 back home because we went back to being 5 hours ahead. So I got to talk to some people back home that were still awake! I was really happy about that.
So we got on a bus at 6:10 am and rode on that for 2 hours to Belfast. What is in Belfast you ask?
... fresh seafood. Saw signage for the oldest law firm in Ireland -- Argue and Phibbs (I kid you not) -- across from the Sligo County courthouse, which looks like a castle. From Sligo we made our way to Ballybofey, stopping at Drumcliffe Cemetery where Yeats is buried in view of the mountain of Ben Bulben, which figured in some of his poems. The Anglican Church at Drumcliffe is small and so pretty -- they were bringing in fall harvest items ...