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Another full day and the weather is looking good again today.
Wonderful breakfast in our b&b at Castlewood House, full continental bar with fruits and breads and "bread and butter pudding". Hugh hot breakfast menu, I had a spinach and sun dried tomato frittata. But, must have porridge tomorrow because you can add Jamison soaked raisins and …
Driving to Dingle today. Passing by the Blarney Stone. If you kiss it you will have the gift of gab. No need for that, and besides the blarney stone was a toilet! Stopped at site where Michael Collins was assassinated by the anti-treaty group on August 22, 1922. Movie called"Michael Collins" filmed in 1995. Coffee break in town of Macroom. Narrow …
... We felt very safe in Belfast. The lonely planet guide said that Belfast was previously grouped in the three B’s (the places tourist should avoid) amongst Beirut and Baghdad! Certainly things have calmed down, we found the Irish to be very friendly (like the Scottish) but at times somewhat hard(er) to interpret. The next day we visited the Titanic museum that had opened last year. It was an amazingly interactive museum of which we all enjoyed ...
... m going home.” Ashley said.
“Yeah maybe we should turn back.” I agreed.
“Well, maybe let’s stop in a pub and gave a glass of Guinness to warm up.” Anna suggested.
As we turned back, I held my umbrella out in front of me like a shield. The rain seemed to be coming down sideways.
“Here.” Anna said. “This one.” ...
... and into County Kerry, first stop Tralee. Then on to the Dingle Peninusla where mum was dying to see. We came across an old fort and some famine huts and the mist was starting to roll in again here, but it just made it seem all the more rugged and almost spiritual. The scenery was spectacular but the mist was starting to get a bit thicker (we didn’t want a repeat of the Cliffs) so we decided to stay in Dingle. This turned out to be ...