Travel Blogs from Tramore
Left Newport Wales this morning for our drive eventually to the ferry to cross to Ireland this afternoon. Ferry due to leave at 2.30 and arrive in Ireland at 6. 30 First village was Avergavenny( remember the song), then Brecon and Carmarthen through some very green and pretty countryside Finally to Fishguard for ferry trip across St George's channel to Rosslare in Ireland. Overnight at Waterford in delightful hotel -Glanville ...
... the fort, amidst a fabulous 10 pm sunset and rolling green hills, mooing reindeer, baby deer, screaming goats and noodle neck ostriches, we were all in wonder of God's beautiful creation and so incredibly excited that this is were He called us to be. So now as I lay in bed I can't help but think about all the Irish we'll be meeting and have the privilege of knowing. Thanks ...
The thing I like about Paddy's Palace is that if you stay 2 nights you get a free Tour through Co. Wicklow and Co. Kilkenny.
So guess who booked 2 nights?!
And today I was going through the scenery of the gorgeous Irish countryside and through part of the set of P.S I Love You. Which although I didn't actually recognise, I can now say I have been there.
So we set off. A reasonably full bus of mainly Americans and a tour bus driver ...
... bus however, I still had a sweet tooth to satisfy, so I ducked into a small market and debated between a chocolate bar and ice cream. I settled on a compromise by buying a box of four individually packaged Twix Ice Cream Bars. This definitely hit the spot and at 1pm we jumped back on the coach and sped off to Pembroke.
While on the bus, Carmel explained in the mic that she had in all her time spent in Tenby never, ever, ever, ever seen ...
We went for a walk along the beach path (I've always wanted to go to the beach in my beanie and scarf... Not!). It was very cold. We found a cafe and got me a big take away cuppa tea. We had a good old chat to the shop keeper :)
It was interesting to walk around the town. Not much around except pubs, beauty salons and lots of hills! But it was still somehow enjoyable. We found a supermarket - a real supermarket (I suddenly had the urge to cook something!) - ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeacourt House Tramore
Tom was a fine host. He led us into town to lead us to a place to eat late in the evening, and cooked us a great breakfast.
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