Sraid Eoin House
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... novelties, sweets. All the Marys we see, it is wonderful to see the respect they get, not one is vandalised, could that happen in NZ??? "Think of the birds and bees when hedge cutting" a headline from the paper. Scrub Cutting and Burning The Issue BirdWatch Ireland receives many calls each year from members of the public who are concerned about the cutting of hedgerows and the burning of scrubland. Reports are typically highest early in the year, especially during ...
... they are a sad part of the country.
But on my walk from my bike to the cottages, I walked past a donkey.
He eeee-orrrred! I completely lost it!
I got told by JJ yesterday that there was a particular beach that I needed to go to for lunch.
So even though I was hungry, and starting to lose energy, I kept riding.
And riding. And riding.
I came around a ...
... centrally-located apartment easily. The afternoon was spent walking the coastal town, enjoying the first of many pedestrian streets, some ice cream, and street music. I learned that testing out new shoes ahead of time is a good idea if you'd like to avoid blisters. But then I would have missed the kind folks in the pharmacies that I met as I collected a few boxes along the way.
Day two: rainy and more typically coastal Irish. Since the ...
... some relocated to the U. S and Canada.
We made our way back towards Killarney, stopping in Dingle for lunch. We arrived back in Killarney and dressed for the tour to Muckross House later in the afternoon. The house is a three story mansion built in the 1843. It has been restored to its splendor and a tour gives you a pretty good idea of what life was like back in the day. In 1932 it was given to ...
... He said. “We just got in this morning.” Dingle has a big fishing industry, and supplies a lot of the world’s mackerel.
“After three weeks!” Angie said. “You make me sick with worry.” Ronan smiled and dismissed her.
“And he’s out there with no toilet!” Seamus added.
“Really?” I asked. “So what do you do?”
“Well,” he said. “We just go off the ...