Robin Hill Guesthouse
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... government are introducing new ways to tax people without calling it a tax. Most of what she was saying Australia already has.
It was a great day. It was overcast and while it did rain a little, it only rained while we were on the bus. We also had a drive through Cork. It was like any typical old city. While it was similar to Belfast, but it was a lot cleaner. Our guide said that it was a good place to shop although we didn’t get off the bus there. ...
... given a proper farewell and most of the passengers were lining the outside decks to take photos and listen to the band. After clearing the port and safely disembarking the ship pilot, it was time to settle into our five day transit across the Atlantic. Judging by the weather we experienced just after leaving the safety of the harbour, it could get a little bit bumpy. Fun fact: The local real estate agent was trying to see Uluru, the Byron Bay Lighthouse and several other Australian ...
... dock that are well worth seeing.
As we sailed into port along the River Lee estuary, we recognized the large church towering over the town. What a pleasure to see such this lovely little town again .
When in Cobh this time Joan and I took a bus tour to the town of Kinsale, which is just outside of Cobh. We found a little Poet's Corner coffee shop very close to where our bus was parked that had the ...
... of a passenger. Sherry was Nora Hegardy and I was Catherine McGowan. Neither one of us survived. :-( It was an interesting and thought provoking visit. The actual pier still exists that the passengers used to board the boats (tenders) that ferried them to the Titanic, which was waiting at the mouth of the bay.
Ronda & Sherry
Early morning bus for 4.5 hours to get to Cork this morning. Our hostel is really close to the bus station so was very easy to find, we are staying in our first ever dorm tonight we have been snobs up until now and had our own private room we were in a dorm with two Swedish girls who were really nice. We walked down ...