Glendarragh Valley Inn
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... Sparkie wouldn't let me to go! It was so scary and funny at the same time! Amalie (the donkey) just pushed me and pushed and pushed. Asking for more treats. Luckily I did get out of there and went to bring them some carrots... :D) And four dogs! (We took them for a walk the other day and we have river here... So one of the dogs - Abbey - just jumped into the river. Me and Anu were quite shocked. But ...
... mars bars after hearing Agnes say that they fry everything in Scotland even mars bars. They were yum, I could eat more of those. We also tried fresh haggis bought from the butchers & cooked at home. That was nicer than the battered one we ate in Kirkcudbright. We had a gorgeous sunny day so we took the opportunity to catch the bus to a pretty fishing village called Port Patrick. The weather stayed nice so we managed a walk to an old castle ruin perched on a cliff. Very ...
... Don MacMenimen lives. He has a house a little in from the beach but with a beautiful view out to the water. Our couple of days with him and his sister, Josephine from Boston USA were enjoyable. He was so full of information and stories. Not sure whether it was blarney or baloney but we had fun and lots of ...
So when we say we're going to "Road Trip" a place we are NOT messing around! After breakfast in Donegal we went to Donegal Castle -- O'Donnell Castle -- and Katie put on her tiara for a photo shoot. We've entitled it, "It's Good To Be Home". It's funny how you think of a castle you think, cold, hard, dark, damp....but when they put furniture in them, they actually seem quite cozy!
loring her birthright we headed north. We drove ...
... and more. Ann even gave us ice packs to keep our food good in the unexpectedly warm weather! Peter showed her how to make stronger coffee for him and she says that she will remember that for any Melbourne guests! We could have listened to her accent all day!
We drove north towards Sligo and the roads seemed good after yesterday's adventures in the Connemara. The overwhelming impression is of unending ...