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... which I can’t remember the name of but the view was
pretty incredible with the fog rolling over the hillside. We then head to the
spiritual beach of Ireland. This beach is said to house mystical powers and if
you are to dip your feet in you will leave a part of your soul in Ireland. Now I mentioned we were with mostly girls.
Briony in comparison to these girls was Arny in Predator. The water is cold but
its 11:30 in the morning so its not recovery on a Sunday ...
... sleeping when we got home and then on our way to Auntie Maureen's. At Auntie Maureen's, I was still tired so I wasn't that happy, even though I met my cousin Marian, who was really nice to me. Mummy gave me brown bread and tomatoes and pizza, but I really only ate the pizza. After dinner, we came home and then talked with Nana and Papa on the computer. It will be nice when we go back to Canada, so I can hug them and show them how I ...
Then, we drove about 2 hours to arrive at Ballyfarnon where we are staying at Kilronan Castle. What an amazing place this is. It is absolutely huge!
Today, we will drive a couple of hours north and spend the day in ...
... Patrick's Day, although I think the rest of the world really shows up what Ireland has to offer. This year's parade through Belfast was smaller than my colleague's hometown parade in the Netherlands, I've been told. Regardless, there are great offers on in the pubs and plenty of people looking to enjoy the atmosphere! Belfast has a great free concert on at the wonderful Custom House Square. Would love to check out Downpatrick's celebrations for it's historical ...
... where you do vomit. I never got to that last stage so perhaps there is one in between… but the 6hrs of feeling as though just one more rock of the boat was going to do me in was torture. So the moral of the story is… pack ginger instead of Beamish. I shouldn’t continue any more about the ferry ride as there’s plenty more to report about my visit to Ireland. First stop was Cork.
I have a friend in Cork who I hadn’t seen in years. The ...