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Travel Blogs from Bantry
... laden with freshly cut logs. I pull to the side, what little shoulder there is, and the truck drives pass, narrowly missing my car; I have a mini heart attack seeing how close he actually gets to the car, yet misses. What should have been a one hour drive along the coast ends up being a two hour drive, albiet lovely drive despite the bumps, through valleys and hill country. Bantry is a cute town, about the same size as Macroom. We have lunch at O'Conners ...
... amazing because not a lot of people live on the island. While Rob was in town volunteering, Amy cooked a wonderful dinner which was pasta, meat sauce, and some garlic bread. We watched another movie, Maid of Honour, which takes place in Scotland, and then went off to bed.
This morning we woke to another delicious breakfast, thanked Amy and Rob for being such great hosts, and took a 10:30am bus back to Cork City. The weekend was busy yet relaxing and one I will never forget!
... followed by a deft pull with left had has challenges for me. But as they say practice makes perfect. I then dug potatos, a very satisfying process, a mini version of finding gold me thinks.I'm very proud of having dirty knees and fingernails. Both Paul and I have tingly feelings all over from numerous stings from stinging nettles ( at least we won't get arthritus - ...
... of love', and how we stay alive from all the constant drop bear attacks back home. Halfway through the conversation of ****, Kill Marry, three of them passed out from exhaustion, only to wake around 7:30pm, just in time for us to head out for a drink or six. With dinner completely forgotten about, the six of us headed out to the Porterhouse Brewery pub, a four story bar with some fantastic beer, ales of all colours and opacity, lagers, stouts... this place brewed every ...
... to see
Jennifer, Mary, Charlotte, John, Marion and Mary T
Day jaunts around the Beara, to Killarny, Muckross House and back
In the evenings sharing stories and photos - what a craic!
It was in Bantry where we first heard the song
That would stay in our heads forever long
A big family night out to the Masters of Tradition
Christy Moore one of the marvellous musicians
And he sang...