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... for 1hr. There was an exhibition on the titanic, with various displays and lots of pictures. Also there was exhibitions on various Irish migrations. Then there was time to grab a coffee before we had to get on the coach.
Then back on the coach and a 30 minute drive to Middleton. Here we went to the Jameson Middleton distillery. We did the tour – it was better then the Dublin one as it was bigger and more went on here. There was also tastings at the end. ...
Woke up to a huge Irish breakfast plus cereal with poached fruit, coffee and juice. Our lovely host gave us an itinerary for the day, and about an hour after the recommended departure time, we hit the road. First stop was castle rock, a big site with very old churches where we were just in time for a tour. After this we popped over to Cahir castle and then via aldi for some drinkable water, to swiss cottage. We drove ...
... lakes. It was like a scene out of The Lord of the Rings. The boys climbed rocks and hiked around a bit before we drove on to Inch Beach along the Dingle Peninsula. This is where we decided to start looking for property (we wish).
We had lunch at Sammy's Restaurant on the beach (I had the most amazing seafood pie ... like shepherds pie but with seafood, yum) and then played on the beach for hours. More hours than we intended. The sand was soft and surrounded by ...
After the goodbyes were said, we set off early ( john and I ) and arrive at Dublin airport, first stop Dubai. Another flight and a sleeping tablet later, we were in Bangkok airport ( strangely like any other). A strange encounter with a street stall, a thia man outside a temple, the ARC, a night market & serial tuk-tuks ; we were all set for road! (Thialand, Vietnam & Kanchanaburi trip ...
... in the grassland having fun.
We had pints at a couple of different pubs. The second one was really interesting. We met this older Irishman, that had probably had a couple pints too many, and struck up a conversation. He said there was a Sheamus Walker up the street in Deerpark, which another shop owner had already told us. He then went on to ask us about the US, our heritage, and about Cole. He was a very nice man, but was ...