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... coastline. After a close encounter with a Transit van our wing mirror popped out but luckily it went in again with no harm done. Would have been Murphys Law on our last day, after all the narrow roads we have been on. We stopped for breakfast at Red Strand and walked around Timoleague friary. Visited at a Lidl in Conalkilty, before reaching Kinsale. We expected a certificate (and a medal for Barry) at the tourist office. The lady said they were working ...
Cycled 30 miles to Bantry. Overcast day with some occasional drizzle. Stopped in a pub for a pint and asked after a place to stay. Found Barry's B&B on the western edge of town. A very pleasant B&B. The rooms were bright and cheerful and it was a great downtown location. At 25€ each it was one of the less expensive places we've ...
... It was a dry stone church made about 1300 years ago. We did not take Brian advice and accidently found the back door, which saved us some money. When Brian saw that, he had to park somewhere else! The landowner would not be happy we went in with paying AND parked in his private lot! There were two other busses parked there and we could see a group up in front of us. As we got closer, we could hear singing. When we arrived, ...
... are meant to be good for arthritus) Paul was up in them there hills, strimming a path through a newly planted forest making access ways to a couple of little lakes.This afternoon I'm cooking dinner with a young Swiss student, the menu is minestrone soup, chicken tortilla wraps and fruit crumble. Then off to dancing, Paul is sitting this one out and staying at Mill Little dog ...
... don't see the sun until about 8.15am!
Following our walk, we were loaded back onto the bus to set off for Blarney Castle and the opportunity to climb about 150 very narrow spiral stone steps to make it to the top of this majestic old ruin in order to kiss the fabled Blarney Stone, which when kissed, gives the kisser ...