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Another calm, sunny dawn drew us out of bed to explore the Goat's track on Sheepshead peninsula - dairy farms and pretty fishing villages. The sunny weather has been going on for so long now (2 weeks), that there are all sorts of health warnings being issued like "Don't swim in quarries", "If you're going to drink ale, make sure you drink some water as well". Locals have varying opinions on how unusual the weather is, ranging from "Oh ...
... what we were in for... which was one very fun, very delicious journey through West Cork Cuisine! The dishes were prepared with cooperation from the top chefs from each restaurant in the Kinsale Good Food Circle.
Needless to say each taste was an absolute experience in an of itself and we were surrounding by foodies from all over the world. We shared a table with two restaurant owners from Germany and newlyweds from Canada. Together we scored the dishes 1-10, ...
... br> I am a sunny day sailor if the truth be known.
My reply to the ad was short and sweet,I just said that "I might be interested in the trip and that I was retired and had time on my side".
The response I got from the owner was equally short"nothing wrong with been retired as I'm 57 and retied also"
The trip was advertised to leave on 14th Oct but we had other commitments so that week end was ...
... Elizabeth I had no allegiance to the pope, she refused to cede her power through marriage (it is said she learned to turn down marriage proposals in nine different languages). Further, English privateers were quite successful in pirating Spanish ships and were encouraged by Elizabeth. Last, Spain, being a Catholic super power, felt the need to support the Irish Catholics. Hugh O'Neill and Red Hugh O'Donnell, two Irish Chieftains were poised to become high king ...
... when the prisoners were there. Then they added some very life-like mannequins and their stories and it brought us right back to the very eerie times. It was really amazing to see a place like that with so much history. We even got to see a chart that decided their food rations. Bread or porridge and milk were all they got each day, three times per day. Although it was such a creepy place, the building ...
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