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... Enjoyed a bottle of wine and the delicious food smells while sitting by the fire on a cozy couch and recovering from the journey here. An added perk to the room was the heated bedding which was a delight to Stacie after the long drive. Discovery of the day.....the animals in Ireland are fearless. Between the birds flying at the car, the cows running down the hill and the sheep trying to escape you have to keep your eyes open wherever you ...
... of them in business suits and ties...we found a pub in a cobble stone street....it was so packed that making your way to the bar meant making serious friendships with half a dozen people....so Nikki had made sure that I got my pint...( the next day in Belfast we were exploring and just around the corner from our apartment was a pub which had pints for only £2.50)...so Nikki and I had a pleasant afternoon there after a long hard days sightseeing.) It was not ...
... blessed with nice people who are willing to help, etc. So off we went – this route would take us along the coast (YEAH!) and would take a bit longer than we thought. Around a fast bend, we saw a petrol station with a wash station! So we filled up and gave Filipe the Fiat a bath – which was MUCH needed and he looked sharp! That pearl white just shines when clean. So off we went and soon enough we were taking pictures ...
... coast spree
We hadn't heard of the town that was to take our hearts
And provide us through our trip with so many laughs
The name of it was...
Lisdoon, Lisdoon, Lisdoon, Lisdoonvarna!
First stop was Dublin at Peggy & Pat's
Then straight down to Bantry, County Cork, after that
It was here from where mum's grandfather hailed
Before to the land down under he did sail
A lovely time spent with so ...
... bar open. We drove across the bridge to Valentia Island, which is the home of the Skellig Experience. The Skelligs are a group of islands off the coast of Kerry. The main one is Skellig Michael, which is the site of a sixth century monastic settlement complete with beehive huts. Before we came here, I wanted to go to Skellig Michael and climb to the top, but we would have had to be here before they close for the winter on September 30, and the crossings in ...