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Up early to leave Dublin - had another great taxi driver and Nigel gave us a few tips on driving in Ireland, along with a joke a minute. One of the funniest cab rides I have had. Picked up our rental car - a VW Tiguan - and off we headed to the south coast. The motorway was busy at first and then the traffic thinned out and we made good time. Headed off the motorway ...
... building and proceed to try to roll it out towards to front door UP (yes UP) the five flights of steps. In the five minutes I am busy getting my panniers off the bike I was, more than once, going to offer the suggestion that they try to put the carpet at the top of the steps and with the simplest of kicks, allow gravity to do the rest but the sheer entertainment value was too much. I soon ran out of patience and hopping over the calamitous pair of carpet fitters I stepped ...
... them disgorging their cargo of eager spenders into the tourist shops. We decide to head for our B&B. After a few disagreements with the GPS about the best route, the GPS wins and we wend our way through some rather challenging byways (no real highways today) to the little town of Mitchelston. We meet our hosts and check into the converted stable that will be our home for the night. It’s actually pretty flash accommodation, and there is no ...
... and getting asked politely to leave another bar, the nightclub was..... interesting....... Between all of us we still have not managed to piece together the night, yet the whole point of my leaving session is something to ‘remember’ me by in case I never return, we definitely made an impression.
People keep asking me what the plan is, where am I going, what are my flight times and stops. I didn't realise I had ...
... follows the Poulanass Waterfall, which you will remember from my previous photos of Glendalough! It then enters the Lugduff Valley, where we began a steep climb up more than 600 wooden steps to a viewing point that overlooks Upper Lake. A 1.2km boardwalk then hugged the cliff, before the trail cut down through the forest and back towards the lake.
While the stairs were a nice workout, the most ...