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The intrepid travellers have been a bit slack in updating this but dodgy WiFi connections and long days have got in the way of our best intentions.
The hostel was great, a real hub for walkers on the Dingle Path. This was 180 km of walking trails around the whole peninsula and seemed to be the sole preserve of Germans on holiday. Our hostel seemed to only have German guests and the owner told me plenty of Germans ...
... most of his fishing in that area and I always think of him when passing the Blaskets.
They were real sailors,no gps's or chart plotters in those days.
We sailed outside the Baskets this time.
Last year on the way to the Canaries we left Ventry Harbour and sailed through the Blaskets.
We passed outside Great Foze Rock and Little Foze Rock this time withTearaght Island which is the furthest western island a few miles abeam.
Inishtookert was next with ...
On Monday, we climbed a mountain. Yeah, we climbed Croagh Patrick, a site for pigrimages, located out West near the town of Westport. At first, when we heard we were climbing a mountain, I thought, oh it can't be like a really hard climb or anything, they wouldn't really try to make us do anything like that. Well, actually, the ...
Hey, we're allowed one now and then!
Yesterday we drove round Corraun Peninsula on an absolutely beautiful day. Nice and sunny but still windy -- would you please stop sending the wind over from Canada -- and we are glad we did as today has the rain blowing horizontaly.
The Corraun Peninsula and Achill Island (joined by a short bridge) is absolutely gorgeous as you will see by some of the pictures. If you look on the ...
... village, Very quiet at this time of year -- took some pictures, had coffee then the rain started so we just kept on going to Westport Quay.
As to Irish humour (and you have to say this with an Irish accent) I asked a woman for directions one day and she said, "Now take a left, then a left after that but don't take another ...