Barleycove Beach Hotel
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... villages. Every now and then you come to a rise where you can see the entire bay and the houses below. I usually pick out one nice little house and day dream of living here, in the peace and quiet. We see some waterfalls coming down the hills and sheep grazing in the fields. Another picture perfect postcards. Even the mist and fog make for a magical vista.
We get to our B&B with no trouble at all. I have taken to asking the owners for satellite ...
... westernly point in Ireland. The locals joke is that you can see the Statue of Liberty on a clear day. Riding back to the village we stumbled across a beautiful old church on the hillside called St. Brendan's. Took great pictures of the landscape. Even took a bunch of pictures of the sheep and cows.
Headed back to the Inn and enjoyed a bottle of wine by the fire. Took a walk up to the village. For a small, quaint village there are three pubs to ...
... still lush green fields but also wind swept, rocky hills and the coast line, wind and the waves became extreme....pounding waves sent spray high into the air and wind gusts sent it flying. We travelled through Ireland's beautiful countryside....which I could never get tired of....until we reached Mizen Head ( yes...like on a ship) Here we found the lighthouse....but it is not your typical lighthouse....a tower to the heavens....this is ...
... mid arvo to go to supermarket and dropped in for a pint at the golf club. Best pint Ive had for years. All golfers finishing (it was around 5 p.m ish) were Americans. Very loud etc but I guess enthusiastic Aussie golfers would be the same way after a round at Waterville. Weather would have been good for golf. Maybe a light shower but basically a fine, overcast day with very little wind and not too cold.
Called into Skelleg ...
... players to another pub close by to talk since the disco set was moving in!
It was interesting to learn about their daily life and the differences as well as the similarities between us. And, of course, Kathryn enjoyed talking about and sharing some samples of her music with the two of them and we parted as friends with talk of Kathryn bringing her Blue Grass band back next year to perform in the local music festival.
We drove back ...