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We woke early and climbed on the bus to Kinsale, which yet again I slept on. When we arrived in Kinsale we wandered along the harbour. The first thing we passed was a childrens park where a fountain nearby was full of bubbles. Super cool and likely not usually how it is suppose to be. Then we wandered along the town roads until we located a cafe. We each ordered a coffee and shared a scone. It was incredibly delicious and a perfect snack before we continued wandering. ...
... your day. After taking some pictures within the village, I decided to do the walk up to Charles Fort which is further down the bay, at sea entrance to Kinsale actually. The walk itself was pretty awesome, very refreshing and it also followed through an area of mansions so that stood to a heavy contrast of the stuff I saw in Cork (lots of small, crampy, run-down houses). The fort was pretty cool, mostly due to the perfect ...
... always tossing little bits of information at us, like how the brewery across the street from one pub we went to used to have pipes running underground directly into the pub where the beer was pumped from! Now, THAT is fresh! - Safe - When one of us was a wee bit too tipsy to continue on, he ensured she had a couch complete with a duvet and a tall glass of water to re-hydrate once she woke up. (I stipulated a duvet was a minimum comfort requirement for ma girl ...
... some places to go, mainly Charles Fort and the Bulman pub. I ended up being very happy that I went to Kinsale, I feel like this time I was able to enjoy everything so much more and the weather was absolutely beautiful.
After we went to the Charles Fort we went to the Bulman pub that I didn't get a chance to go last time. You are able to take your drinks outside and sit on a ledge facing the water ...
... Crushed Potato, Cool Daniel Cheese and Poached Quail Egg
Kinsale Hake and Oysterhaven Mussels and Stonewell Cider Broth with Sage and Crispy Parsnip Chips
Laurent Perrier Blackberry and Grated Apple Sorbet
Seared Fillet of Courcey Beef with Horseradish and Sour Cream Mas, Buttered Leeks and Red Wine Jus
West Cork Cheeses, Mileens, Cashel Blue, Carragaline Smoked & Gubbeen
Ginger Crumb, Cinnamon Pannacotta, Russet Apple Jelly, Maple Oak Toasted Oats and Caramel ...
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