Alcock & Brown Hotel
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... gale force winds was the challenging part. From there, we cut inland hoping to blunt the winds. Aughnanure, is an Irish Tower Fort nicely defended on three sides by a river and the fourth by fortifications. We were not able to go inside the tower as it suffered water damage and was closed for repairs in the first time in 41 years. Still, the site is well preserved and worth some time to visit. The weather remained threatening but did not rain as we made our way all the way out ...
... coming off it said it was well worth it but you definitely needed a walking pole (available for rent at the visitor's center.). Seeing the mountain on such a gorgeous sunny and hot day, we both wished we had brought shorts and had left earlier so we could have time to hike it. Maybe next time! (Who knew the weather was going to be so hot and sunny?!). A side note...when approaching Croagh Patrick we got a text from Matthew saying he had gotten a job for the summer ...
... but no one seemed to mind too much, mostly laughing at the fact that we were watching the port wall for signs of a mast coming in. I'd stupidly not filled the car with petrol in Ennis then found the Ennistimon service station closed the night before so was as empty as an empty thing, but it turned out that the 'couple of pumps outside a shop' was a real petrol station so my worry that the journey back to Ennis would involve a bike ride and return with a can of petrol was ...
... After our great experience in Dingle on the bikes, we debated the option of doing that again. But this time we wanted to experience it all on foot. Our final destination, a massive stone walled cocentric semi-circle fort called Dun Aengus, located at the top of a 100m cliff. It was a little over 7km away. So we set off, taking the "coast walk" that led us past the home of a seal colony and a very nice beach. To our ...
... drinking in the hostel then went next door to Joe Macs where Barbara was working (Uinseons mum) it was so good to see her!!!! She bought Jana and I pints! Had a few there went to Wattys where this really good singer was singing… the worst songs! Oh my god! The place was jammers and there was young and old and this guy was playing the most depressing Irish songs ever! I was running into all these people I used to know and they were all buying ...