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We are travelling today. We drove about 4 hours from Dingle to Shannon Harbor. We had a beautiful rainbow while we were driving out of Dingle. Short blog tonight; all we did was drive. Tomorrow we go to Clara bog and then on to Drogheda. We start seeing Ballew family sites when we get ...
... was covered by the thick layer of the whipped cream ( and I am not big fan of whipped cream). I had two options, one was to walk the cliffs anyway without actually seeing them and two turn around, and just accept that it was not meant to be. I think forever I will be grateful that I decided to walk. The fog has dropped eventually and when it did, what I saw was just magical. It captured my heart and I am more than sure it will hold ...
... heading to the
top of the winding staircase which gets gradually smaller and smaller until you
reach the summit. Baz you would have struggled up those last few steps I’ll
tell ya that one, it get tiiiiiiiight. Once on top we get a wonderful view of
how vast the grounds around the castle are and then we lay our eyes upon the
stone. The story that the stone gives you the gift of the gab are true because
after we kissed it I couldn’t get Briony to ...
... we decided it wasn't accidental. Heading round the house later we read the history of the various owners and saw that the unmarried penultimate owner had passed it on to his male friend and companion. Ah, got it. It's a lovely house, small but perfectly formed (smallish, at any rate, it still has rooms downstairs for the servants, and the tour is limited by the upstairs rooms being out of bounds) but the grounds are absolutely stunning. They come with a lovely sense of ...
... himself. The end.
Through the Ring we passed many a lough and stopped at a sweet little thatched roadhouse called, The Thatch House. Surprise!
Gord and I were, at this ...