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... that sound any good. One of them is just a open paddock, which did not sound very inviting. No recreation room, nothing. So the house it is.
I arrive and am greeted by Robert and Anne and their 3 dogs. It is a very nice house and my room for the next 2 nights is very good. We sit for a few hours chatting away over afternoon tea.
They are both out tonight, so i am left looking after the dogs.
Robert tells me he is lucky to be alive after needing a ...
Woke to an overcast morning with showers starting while we were having breakfast (Vegemite hit day). After the sunshine of yesterday afternoon/evening it was disappointing to get a dreary day. Left the hotel for a day to be spent in the Donegal district. First stop was at a fishing port - Killybegs. There were some seriously large ocean fishing boats moored here. From there our next stop was at a ...
... if you're feeling fit, or ride to a viewing point without getting off, well except to open the gates. The weather wasn't great so didnt take many pics, but then it is supposed to be wild! Met some more Texans on my way up, which makes me wonder if Texas is shut as they are all here, and even more really lovely Irish people.
Ballyshannon is the birthplace of Rory Gallagher, now I have an LP of ...
... the road we headed off to Belleek which is on the opposite end of Lough Erne. Belleek is famous for its pottery. They have been making pottery products for over 150 years. We did a tour of the factory and got to appreciate what they mean when they say it's hand made. There are countless hours put into making some of the more detailed items. Unfortunately room restrictions in our bags (and the ...
... our first stop was Dunluce Castle, what a position perched right on the edge of a cliff. The heritage society has done an awesome job making it safe for people to visit and the posters recreating how it would have looked are a great addition. Yet another bridge over water had to be crossed, but this one was more stable and not so high. From here we headed on to Mussenden Temple, built on the edge a sheer ...
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Clar Road, Donegal | Hotelfrom $108
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