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... this is only the third time I have seen snow so I am sort of glad it has. He replies that he is glad that he could be part of that moment then. A guy from Alabama overhears this conversation and decides to speak to us. He can't work out where we are from but we tell him we are Australian. He is a medical pilot. He seems really friendly and he is enjoying talking us so Pete decides he is going to leave the pilot and myself to chat; the problem is that Pete is not the most subtle ...
Piece of advice for travellers to Ireland... Don't rely on Sat Navs!! Ireland has no postcodes or street signs or street numbers & it sends the sat navs into meltdown. So finding our way to Limerick was via Lough (loch) Derg ... Which is about 50kms from where we should have been.
Lough Derg, is a pretty spot & we loved seeing it but it wasn't where we wanted to go!!
So advise is... Take maps... ...
... again. There are two "sides" to the Cliffs of Moher viewing area. The right side is more visitor-friendly with paved walkways and rock barriers to keep people from getting too close to the edge. The left side, which we worked our way over to after the rain stopped again, lacked barriers and was less travelled with muddy and jagged trails that ran alongside the Cliffs. Rays of sun shone down through holes in the clouds ...
... Killarney and Adare. There was a world class golf course here that Tiger Woods and Rory McIroy frequent. Unfortunately, I didn't have my camera ready to snap a pic.
The sky was clear and the sun was shining all day - again - which definitely provided some picturesque views of the Dingle Peninsula, Ballinskelligs Bay and all thru Killarney National Park. We even stopped at Torc Waterfall - a sparkling 18m waterfall which cascades ...
... was by far my favorite part of the night. I strolled through a small museum first before heading upstairs into the meeting room. I talked with the Masons, learning that their involvement is “like a destination.” Most members are retired with grown families. These men have a society they can call their own. This is their community, their sense of belonging. They are a part of something that spans back for hundreds of years. Fascinating. And once a year, they open ...