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... a few farm animals along the way. We stopped for lunch at a lovely golf course when we saw a sign for its restaurant along the road. Later in the afternoon, we stopped for a ...
... up being one for the books because him and all my roommates bonded .. it was a perfect night filled with smiles. Wednesday to Thursday I took mike to the most Western point in Europe...Dingle Penninsula. But to get there was a different story. It was suppose to be a 4 hour bus ride but half way through we had to get off in a random town because Mike threw up...like 4 times..guess the windy roads of Ireland through the mountain sides don't work well with his ...
... say that a dog accidentally pushed its owner out of the window & a young woman returns to the room.
It was looking to be a beautiful sunny day. We ordered an Irish breakfast and enjoyed reading the Irish newspaper, which was filled of news of Joan River's doctor taking a selfie & Victoria Beckham's new fashion store opening in London & its guest list.
Our Irish breakfast was served and we indulged in the ...
... but I finally find a sweater for my mom. Just what I was looking for! I just wish they would have had it in my size as well.
On the way back to the car I notice the road sign for the Conor Pass. I have read about this and decide to discuss it with Jen. Our initial plan for the day was to drive around the Peninsula but it is later than we had planned plus it seems you need to double the estimated driving time. I ask her if she is ok with ...
Today I hired a bike.
And I rode.
I rode 33kms (yes, I know...'what have you done with lisa?') around Slea Head...one of the suggestions given to me by JJ yesterday.
It was actually really good!!!
I didn't think I had it me to ride that far without collapsing, but it was really good!!
I saw the real Ireland, the rugged landscape...the tiny little huts that were used in the famine.