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Kiss the Stone of Eloquence at Blarney Castle. An orientation tour of Cork seeing St Finbar's Cathedral before continuing along the coast to hotel. Hotel Dooley's Departed Killarney in bright sunny conditions to Blarney Castle where stone kissing occurred. Picturesque gardens made for an enjoyable morning. Quick coach tour of Cork Lunch at Youghal which overlooks the Atlantic ...
We departed Killarney for a two hour drive down to Blarney where some chose to exchange bodily fluids with all those who came before them on the Blarney Stone. We made do with a tour of the castle and the townsite, and a bacon sarnie thrown in for lunch.
Back on the coach and down to Waterford where we were herded into the Waterford Crystal ...
... Only 175kms through to Waterford and the traffic was pretty light so we flew through. I slept for half of it but there wasn't much to see because the rain was so bad! We were in Waterford by 11.30 and got to the hotel and they had our room ready which was really good so we could drop off our bags and leave the car and head to lunch. We found a pub called The Three Shippes which served a carvery so I had a small piece of Guinness pie, glazed ham and veges. Scott had curry. ...
... the food in a frenzy like two errant schoolboys in a dorm expecting to get busted any minute. Our ferry today was a 1430 sailing so we hung around the hotel in Fishguard 500m from the terminal much like everyone else. Having to vacate the room for cleaning by 1100, we witnessed a day in the life of a half-way house. Due to the odd times of the sailings, you have folks who arrived in port from Ireland at midnight and were checking out the next morning for their onward journey ...
... took her advice and walked into a jam packed pub filled with locals. There was no room to sit and nobody looked like they were leaving anytime soon as a band was setting up for an evening of traditional Irish music. We were about to give up when a family of 3 invited us to join them at their table. We ended up creating memories and new friendships with Ben, Jane and Roshane (their beautiful 16 year old daughter who us also an artist). They live in Dublin but have a second home ...
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