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I wanted to do my best not to look like a raggidy traveller, but I couldn't chose between jeans and a shirt and a dress..,
There is actually a point to me telling you my outfit choice by the way.
I went to charge my phone, got my bag and met the family back at the front of the campsite an hour later.
My explanation for my outfit was 'I couldn't choose between jeans and a shirt, and a dress...so ...
... B. We checked in then decided to head to a pub for dinner, we drove around the corner a bit and passed a bar so decided to stop in, turns out it was a Aussie and Kiwi themed bar, there were aboriginal drawings, a photo of the All Blacks took up an entire wall. We had the most massive plate of Nachos we have ever seen.
Mon 17th June - Cork to Galway via Dingle
Today our final destination was Galway, but decided to take the long way via Dingle, which I ...
... and mixing with the locals. Our fast ferry back to Wales was cancelled and we were put on another, much larger vessel for our journey. We sailed back under gale force nine weather conditions with quite rough seas, but this huge ferry was more than up to the task.
We arrived safely back in Wales and drove all the way to Edinburgh. We had not expected to get this far but, despite the snow, the main freeways made for good driving.
Bring on Scotland, as our trip draws to a ...
... see where the waves met. We were so far from the water's surface, though, we could barely hear the waves. It was somewhat eery to watch the waves, but know you're too high up to hear them crash. Pictures of the cliffs don't quite do them justice, but nonetheless, we all took some. I talked about that with my group..the fact that we felt like we had to take pictures because we were there and that's what you do, but the pictures can't ...
... our second stop, a good spot inside the Burren, we explored this cool landscape, locating an ancient burial chamber with a stone top they weighed nearly seven tonnes, or so said Carol. It was some ancient tomb with a twist to all known convention as there were many bodies inside this one structure. As we travelled further through the Burren, stoping every now and then to get some good pictures, we passed through a town called Lisdoonvarna, at town once known for ...