The Beach Bar Sligo / Aughris House
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... br> asked if I’d be passing through Sligo. Well, sure enough I was going to be in
Sligo, and Sinead met us for lunch. Sinead was on part of the Dragoman trip I
did in India in 2013 and 2014, her route being about five weeks in northern and
western India from Kathmandu to Goa. She’s now back in Sligo, a pleasant and
fairly large town for this part of the country. This was my fifth reunion with
a Dragoman ...
... Rourke family who were the kings / lords of West Ireland at the time. In 1610, after the Tudors conquered Ireland and the O'Rourke's property was confiscated,, Roger Parke built a manor house on the site; it was abandoned at the end of the seventeenth century. From Parkes Castle, we followed ever-narrowing laneways that led northwards to Glencar Lough ('Lough' is the Irish word for 'Loch') where we found a waterfall and series of cascades tucked off the road in a ...
... a well-patronised tea room in the bustling town of Westport. Locals were enjoying the summer conditions, with many seated outside the cafés and bars that appeared frequently up and down the main street. We opted to sit inside, knowing that if it isn't raining, it will be in 30 minutes. Our determination to follow the Wild Atlantic Way had us exploring peninsulas around Mallaranny before turning towards our final destination for the day at ...
When we left Crumlin we headed north to the northern coastline of Northern Ireland where we picked up a scenic route called the Wild Atlantic Way. This road travels along the northern and western coastline of both Northern Ireland and Ireland. Our first stop was at a National Trust site called the Giant's Causeway. It's an amazing rock ...
... little place in the "Latin Quarter". After lunch the rain let up briefly so we went out exploring a little bit, but we paid for it as we got caught in a downpour in the most exposed, windy area along the waterfront and got soaked. Couldn't even begin to find a Galway Girl (whose ...