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Walking to the fort we somehow missed the level shoreline walkway, finding instead what they call “Heartbreak Hill”. After some huffing and puffing, we arrive at Charles Fort where we are greeted by another gregarious, knowledgeable guide. Built in the 1600s, this fort was then a state-of-the-art design because of its “star” shape. Large cannons and ...
... are some tough genes in the pool. Prior to the famine, it seemed that people literally subsisted on potatoes alone, with the average family eating about 25kg of tatties a day (6kg per adult and 2.5kg per child).
Stopped in the seaside village of Kinsale for lunch - should have had a tattie, but went with a wrap instead, before perusing the galleries and shops. Kinsale's town flower baskets were planted out with begonias - ...
Then James helped us find Cobh and our delightful B&B, Harbourview. On the way we stopped at a martello tower.
We drove down to the waterfront, did a bit of shopping and had the early bird dinner at Jacob's Ladder. Choice of two of starter, entree and dessert.
G had a bit of trouble getting back up the hill to the B&B but managed not to damage the car. ...
... EmBlog’ it’s the new thing. I blog where, how and whenever I have the time (can be bothered to make time). It will allow me to update as irregularly as I like. With no need to be ‘informative, educational or funny.’ I can talk as much waffle as I want (see above) and be as stupid, rude and downright ignorant without giving a flying **** :-).
... the sounds and views of the Titanic's last night. At the end of the tour you can find out about your fate using computer screens that tell you about each of the Queenstown passengers. Anna (aka Mary Kelly) and I (Kate Connelly) both survived and Anna even went on to have 6 children! It was a great experience and although smaller than Titanic Belfast, it still has that same authenticity of place that makes it a fascinating visit.
The drive to Kinsale took us ...