Strandhill Caravan and Camping Park
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Loved staying in this campground. All the sites were nestled in little dunes which helped to protect from the wind. Beautiful to be by the sea!
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Day 2 Drove to marble arch caves and went on hike within a cave and a short boat ride Drove to donegal and ate at the blueberry café Drove to slieve league which had a murderous sheep we were chased by Gave a ride to a guy named Patrick to donegal who apparently is a tourist that likes to bike ...
Since I was a child I have always wanted to go to Africa (not very specific, I know) to work as a medical doctor. Why? I have no idea. I presumed I must have watched a movie or read something inspiring but I honestly can't remember what. To do this I first of all needed to become a doctor. So I did, I got my license in 2012. Obviously there were other reasons for me applying to medschool and clearly I didn't tell anyone on my interview that I secretly wanted to go to Africa to save the ...
... a Sunday. We drove further west to Port Rush, which had more shops open, and stopped for a round of large hot chocolates while Jo-ann wrote on the postcards. We made good use of the free wifi to find accommodation for the night. A search on Booking.com around Ballyshannon showed a number of available hotels from hostels to resort spas. We selected a B&B called Seaview and discovered after making the booking that it was a little off our intended track. Oh well, ...
Finally we headed to Sligo, which is nice as well but there are not many shops! Ireland is much more expensive than the rest of Britain. So far it's not really what I expected. Hopefully iI'll enjoy it more as we head west, to the more "Irish-like" areas.
The hotel we're staying at is crazy though... You have to go up the elevator, then go ...
Day 4 (Thursday) - Portmarnock to Ballymote: We ventured out in our (manual) Vauxhall following some backroads into Swanlinbar (interesting getting stuck behind tractors up there - a local farmer must have been heading into town for a pint as they park them outside the pubs!). We soon found ourselves trawling through the dead centre of Swanlinbar (I think we call them cemeteries over here) looking for any Goodwins.