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Better weather than expected in Ireland

A travel blog entry by goodner


... Stone - is so far away from any of those attractions that the likelihood of visiting became obviously 0% as we head south. Fortunately, there was a fabulous castle replacement - along with a historic folk village - along the way. I was feeling pretty badly about my planning (this was the first place I booked back in September), but Sam and the kids both assuaged my guilt by saying that they were happy with the Bunratty Castle visit instead of ...

Hello from Dingle!

A travel blog entry by jeanbutler


... she is a happy camper.

On the way we were able to also stop at the Killarney National park and ventured out to see how the folks farm here. Pictures attached.

We went to the pub last night for a while to listen to a great couple. I'll attach a picture. Well have to leave now. The bus will be taking us around the ring of Single. Take care. Love ya
Dave and Jean

Touring the Coast

A travel blog entry by tonkin


... the road drive slowly, and although I initially enjoyed the freedom of driving without someone hanging up my ****, some people are just ridiculously slow. And what makes it worse is that very few people will let you pass, making it extra hairy for us because our car doesn't have a lot of grunt.

Unlike Britain, the Republic of Ireland uses the metric system, so we're back to km/hr.

Arriving at Kilkarney late into ...

Dick Mack's Haberdashery

A travel blog entry by monnat07


... Then both men burst out laughing and took a drink of Guinness, slapping each other on the back. But now, he seemed a lot less jovial. His wife was sitting next to him tight lipped sipping on a Smithwick’s, and I suspected that had something to do with his change in attitude.

Angie walked over and said to her, “Hi Barbara.”

Barbara cut her off. “Feck off. And feck you!”

“Barbara –“ Angie began.


On the Road to Dingle

A travel blog entry by gluxonthego


... we went to was a small parking lot near to the Rock of Cashel that had an entrance gate and you paid at the exit (even if there wasn't a parking spot). The Lonely Planet book advised us against using this place - but we forgot about that until we pulled in and there was no parking spots. We found a groundskeeper and complained about the situation. At first he stated that we would just have to wait until a spot was available. After about ...


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