Tir Na Nog Bed & Breakfast
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... to be helpful to Dayna in her efforts to find her Millea/Millay family roots. We are supposed to find Sam Millea, next to the duck pond in Knocktopher village, whatever that means. After awhile, it was Tom Millea we were supposed to find, on the other side of the duck pond. Apparently, Sam is pretty dark complected and Dayna looks more like Tom.
Needles to say, after ...
... stars with Lord Rosse or simply to marvel at this feat of engineering in the middle of Ireland. This Reflecting telescope remained the largest in the world for over 70 years and is arguably the largest historic scientific instrument still working today. This ‘leviathan’ as it is named, remains in the centre of the Demesne as Ireland’s greatest scientific wonder and represents a masterpiece of human creative genius. 5pm 18.5* still barely a cloud in the sky, heading ...
... an idea.) Tied in with that was a visit to distant relatives of John- Alice and John Brislane who live in north Tipperary. The whole weekend was so special. It was good to have Karon with me, too. The Brislanes are lovely people. They had not heard that John had died until a couple of weeks before I contacted them, so they were pleased to hear news, see photos etc. Finding their place in among the back lanes of Toomevara is ...
The day of the rainbows!!!
Today we are "doing" the Dingle peninsula. From Tralee bay past Scraggane and Brandon Bay we drive over the O'Connel pass a one way affair that clings to the hill. At Brandon Bay we cannot believe when we see divers preparing for a ...
... it was quite impressive. Then it was straight back to
Dublin on the M8 – a VERY fast motorway. With the GPS, we drove directly to our apartment – and felt very proud about that.
The picture of Brenda surrounded by smiling men (!!!!!) was taken at the ferry dock last night in Doolin. We had gone down to see if we could spot the local dolphin who has taken
to hanging around the ...