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... treated to a beautiful traditional Irish home cooked meal. We started with a thick vegetable soup with a home made bread which tasted a bit like cake. Yum. The we had Irish stew for dinner, with a big dollop of mashed potato in the middle. Also yum. The to top it off, apple crumble with cream. OMG. Sooo yummy.
They played a flute and accordion for a bit of entertainment, plus we also got shown how Molly ...
... a few minutes, so we strolled into town and checked out a few shops. Siobhaun told us that a particularly good trad music band would be in the hotel's restaurant that night, so we had dinner there and lingered a little to listen to the music. The place was very busy that day as it was hosting an 80-year-old's birthday, a 70-year-old's birthday, a 50-year-old's birthday, and a funeral party that seemed particularly un-funeral-like. The Irish know how to throw a ...
... their behaviour. The scenery was gorgeous, with either luscious woods or the castle itself as a backdrop. Tim was the elected representative of the group to "wear the glove" and we enjoyed the swooping of the hawk, it was an amazing experience!
Now, as it turns out, a falconer will restrain their falcon with a strap under their thumb to control it. This medieval time ...
... Irish coffee and bread pudding covered in custard. All during dinner a music duo went from room to room...they made it to our room when we got our dessert. She sang and played an accordion, and Brandon played a rendition of the bagpipe. I'll have to look up the word for his instrument. Very interesting explanation as to how it worked compared to the regular bag pipes. A very enjoyable ...
... passenger ship in WW 1. Also of interest was the fact that the first woman (Mary Moore) and family to enter the US at Ellis Island embarked from this port. The day finished with a drive to a nice wee costal town called Kinsdale. We stayed at the Landfall B&B, a km from town. Spent the night listening to more music and feeding an ever-increasing waist line.
Next day we had a lazy day in Kinsdale, walking to ...