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... at the time so we left. Later we went to another freinds house near Ballymakery. They were not home but we met one of the three sons. We then left for Dingle for Sharon;s. We met her doughter Lunisa. We watched children,s shows with her. then we had a lighter then expected dinner and went to bed.
The second day Aaron and I went and spent time in Dingle. We went to an Aquarium with Lunisa, We ended up going though the Aqarium 3 ...
... Courthouse for more music. We were just going to stay a bit but a few hours later!!!!....owner Tommy O'Sullivan (guess he even tours the USA!) and his mate Jeremy on the fiddle provided absolutely wonderful music - we had a second evening of great fun and even shared a bit of it with Americans Paul and Laura. We will miss this Pub!
...and to bed late again :) but filled with true Irish experiences.
Oddly we had not come across any good Irish music to date. Either our locations were too remote or we weren't there on music nights or the music seemed to be created just for tourists.
Well, find one we did in good ol' Dingle!
The evening started with a fabulous meal at John Ashe's Pub. Two servers/bartenders were run off their feet as many of the other restaurants decided to close on Monday. However, they kept ...
... insane! You could barely walk forward because it was just so strong the force pushed you back. But the views of the cliffs were amazing. The photos just don’t do it justice. You have to see them to understand.
We then headed for Anascaul in County Kerry via Bunratti Castle, but that wasn’t exciting. The end of the 2hr drive had some spectacular scenic and green views of the county. We all try and sleep on the ...
... a text for his birthday last week and he was scratching his head trying to figure out who he knew in Estonia that would wish him a happy birthday.
Quiet day coming up as the weather has closed in again. Will head out tomorrow for Tralee for a game of golf, then on up through the north to the Antrim Coast to be back in Dublin by Friday evening. Communication could be a bit sparse for a few days unless we can hook up with some wifi somewhere.