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... 8230;who knew? The people watching at the beach was pretty amazing as well. Mind you, all the schools are in session so the only kids we saw were our own and a baby / toddler out for a jaunt with mum. Lots of old folks getting their daily dose of Vitamin D (that’s vit, not vite, uh-mun D). It’s funny cause the ...
... beach. It is really cool. There are some big rocks on the sand. While we are looking at it a big, fluffy sheepdog come bounding up. It reminds me of the dog from "The Little Mermaid". Its owner soon follows and stops to chat with us. He is originally from Edinburgh, Scotland and he came here many years ago to windsurf. He talks about the social scene and how there are these parties during the off season and how when he first arrived he was a ...
... We are finding that the enjoyable days now seem to focus on driving around and looking at the country side. You don't have to drive very far to find something to look at. Every now and then you come across a saying that seems to describe where you are in life. Well today at breakfast we found one:
"Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do then by the things you did. Sail away from the safe harbour. Explore. ...
... next door for some Irish music and pints. There was an impromptu music session by someone there and he did ancient of Mumford! See video. Was one of my fave moments to date!! Home to the B and B for some zzz when Nikki wanted to get a drink at the randy leprechaun. In an effort to save heather and Trevor from being forces into it, I took one for the team and said I would go. Nikki is totally annoying but I figured there would be other peeps ...
... line to get a car. And we're not even in tourist season yet - they had better get the act together soon!
Leaving Dublin about 1:00 p.m. yesterday in a light drizzle, we drove southwest and as we drove the sun came out a bit. We got to the precious Tidy Town of Kenmare, between the Beara and Iveragh peninsulas, about 4 p.m. and to our lovely QUIET hotel for a long first night rest to re-energize for the days ahead. Had a GREAT dinner in town, down a 4 minute ...
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