Harbour View Apartments
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I'm earning my food again today.
How? You ask.
By filming a video for them as promo.
But I would do the video even without the food. These girls run this place, make all the food from scratch and it is good food. It such a cute friendly little place.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgLevaE AA40&feature=youtu.be <- The video!
It needs more people!
... and way too many forks and knives. We start with melon and port and then move on to Monk fish in a Irish cream sauce with mixed vegetables. We end the meal with a nice pear and apple pie with cream. Coffee and tea are served in the Drawing Room afterward. A little highbrow for us as are the guests. The conversations are pretty shallow. We head off for bed
I should mention about the wonderful breakfast. The owners are very hands on and cook ...
... were selling cattle. When we first got there I was extremely confused as to which ones they were selling and who was bidding, because all it takes is a little pointing of a finger to bid and they go so so so fast! I couldn’t tell you if they were getting good prices or not but I got even more confused when they were selling packs of 3 cows for less than one (I later found out that the price they were shouting out was ...
... this is a true story--they live just down the road!
So, that's all the news from Anam Cara on the Beara peninsula. Mary F. arrives on Thursday April 1 (I will be very glad to see her) and her sister Dorothy and family a couple of days after that. If we happen upon a wireless connection in our travels around the country, I'll share some stories and photos. But if not, thanks for sharing this experience with me.
... Cork and Kerry counties at a mountain peak. In days of yore, when funeral processions had to pass between the two counties, the caskets were unloaded and literally passed through the pass. What a gorgeous view. This was definitely breathtaking and a highlight of the day, worthy of a stop for quite some time just to take in the scenery.
Next it was back and forth, back and forth, through the “wild Irish roads” down the other side ...