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... and Declan's place (Peter's cousin) for a bbq. It was great craic and very late with some sore heads this morn.
Today, went to Hoath, Dublin's seaside village and checked out markets and fisheries and then followed this with a 2 hour trek over Hoath Hill. Check the photos.
We finished the day with a drink at "The Bloody Stream".
... style and all the shops were modern large department stores. I just walked around for a good hour and then headed back to the bus. I think I may have been day tripped out by that point so maybe I was bit bitter about it all.
Anyways we headed off to Blarney Castle and the Blarney Stone. The grounds were really nice, there was even a poison garden where a lot of the plants were actually poisonous.
The castle is actually pretty intact and just lent itself to ...
... the next day. N and J stayed till 1am. They had a grand time, but the drive the next day was not so much fun.
We had a late start the next day because I refused to let N drive until I thought he was no longer drunk, although I'm not sure how much better driving hungover is. We stopped again at Castletownbere at the pharmacy, this time they were open. We continued on our way to Ahakista. After a nap, we drove to Kilcrohane for bread and milk, we had ...
... to do and why not learn about those little mythical trouble makers. After a bit of searching the streets we finally find it, already I'm thinking this is going to be a little interesting as we are greeted by a very enthused host at the door that couldn't wait to get us inside to tell us all about leprechauns. Interesting fact; did you know - that Disney changed the look of the leprechaun? Well apparently they were dressed in a brown suit with a red hat, but ...
... area seemed very depressed and crowded, unlike anything we'd previously seen in Ireland. The few people on the streets were quite desparate looking.
We left Belfast at 6.30pm in sunshine so bright I needed my sunglasses, and took the Freeway back to Dublin. The countryside seemed to have a golden glow - blue sky, green grass, yellow flowers. We did a few laps of the city because the satnav wasn't working, so we arrived back at our digs quite late.