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Sunday, September 7
Another sunny day. We have been so fortunate with our weather. Today we headed south to Dunmore East which is south of Waterford and then on to Hook Head Lighthouse.
Dunmore East was a surprise to me. There was a large beach area with a few swimmers, a bay with fishermen and pleasure boats. A the ...
Weather: Foggy in a.m., warm and sunny p.m.
After breakfast we headed to the town of Waterford, a community that dates back to 819 when the Vikings established it as their base for piracy. Waterford is the oldest town in Ireland. Its location at the mouth of a extensive river network allowed the Vikings to push inland.
In 914 a.d., a wooden tower was built by the Vikings. In ...
... mile to find my friend's house in Nantes. Cecile had couch surfed with me in Belfast and was happy to host me at her lovely place in a quiet street in the city, with a great space for the bikes! Of course my tiger didn't like the city traffic so much and after a few wrong turns she decided it was too hot and wanted to 'rest' every 30 seconds. As we finally turned into Cecile's 'impasse de la croix' the tiger cut out again and I rolled to a stop outside her fence. Take the rest of the night ...
... heading for Blarney Castle later today - and we were mindful of this becoming just AFC (Another Friggin' Castle).
We had hoped to make it to Cork yesterday, and a review of a travel guide says that Cork is one of the most electric cities in Europe - not Ireland, mind - EUROPE! So we head off with massive expectations. Well, you know the feeling you get when you think you have missed something ...
... the city, had a manicure and a coffee. Went over the bridge to the other side and then back to the main area. More rain and no brollies again! Had about 45 mins until I met Graeme so found a tearoom and had a pot of tea! And read the paper. Graeme enjoyed his Guiness tour - over 7 floors apparently and through all the processes. He is not a Guiness fan but they all got a free drink at the end so he topped up on his iron levels! He and I then ...