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Yes, we had high winds thanks to the tail end of the hurricane! Something I never thought I would experience in Ireland.
But after leaving Dublin and traveling through the beautiful Wicklow mountains we left the winds behind.
We visited the Monastery - which was a great experience. A real step back in in time!
At New Ross, ancestral home of the Kennedy's, we visited the Dunbrody famine ship which ...
Today's sailing was mixed. After we cleared Wexford buoyed channel we were on a gusty broad reach which was pleasantly rolly. Then we went up to the wind by 30 degrees and the going got harder. As we rounded Carnsore point (the South East tip of Ireland) the seas got confused and we had pull in the sails and motor though it. In the 1970s the Irish ...
... is a kaleidoscope of shades of green at the height of summer as it is now with the purple flowering heather just starting to come into bloom
At Glendalough, the glen of two loughs, is the ruins of a monastery that was first established in the 6th century by St Kevin. The oldest ruins here date from the 10th century, the round tower (top restored) and one of the small churches. St Kevin came here to live in a cave above one of the ...
... fan in room. Welsh sounds different and is spoken quickly. It is part English and part Welsh. Cardiff was bombed during wars and is primarily a dock city. The only tourist sites are the stadium and the castle. Took the Cardiff Castle tour. Definitely not handicapped accessible. The rich and lorded aristocrat John Burgess had unlimited funds and with his architect friends restored the Roman ruins into a Victorian ...
... now. I even got to hold one of the heaviest bowls which was in the middle of being carved by the master cutter. Tour over and a few purchases later were off to Reginald's tower is the oldest urban civic building in Ireland, and the oldest monument to retain its Viking name. To this day, it remains Waterford's most recognisable landmark. It is believed to be the first building in Ireland to use mortar. It is a round tower ...