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... Upon returning to our B & B we opened the windows so we could feel the cool sea air. Jeff opened a bottle of an Australian c******nay we bought at the local grocery store that was delicious, oaky, the way I like my wine. I blogged while Jeff watched "The Dictator" on Netflix.
Already sad that tomorrow was our last day in Ireland, so much to see & do here. Can't say enough good about Ireland, even the drivers are friendly!
... here about 3 km from the mainland. They were inhabited until 1953. This was a hardy bunch of people who worked the land, had livestock and fished the sea. They had their own community and produced many writers of Irish literature. It was a hard life but people didn't seem to mind. The Irish government relocated the last 27 people to the mainland in 1953. This was another very good exhibit with a movie showing the writers of the islands and some of the way ...
We climb into the carriage and Julian asks if he can sit up front, the driver nods and then as we begin moving Kaeleb climbs over the seat to sit beside Julian. Chris and Elizabeth have the back of the carriage to ourselves. We gaze out at the magnificent views of the late afternoon sun. The sun is setting earlier more quickly here and we are greeted with a lovely slowly dwindling setting sun. We ride slower, less bumpy than last time, which is quite nice. The waterfall ...
... next door for some Irish music and pints. There was an impromptu music session by someone there and he did ancient of Mumford! See video. Was one of my fave moments to date!! Home to the B and B for some zzz when Nikki wanted to get a drink at the randy leprechaun. In an effort to save heather and Trevor from being forces into it, I took one for the team and said I would go. Nikki is totally annoying but I figured there would be other peeps ...
... checked in, and headed to put our stuff in the room. The room was quite nice- there were two beds (one big and one small), a small flat screen television and a good sized bathroom. We went looking for the thermostat and were amused to find that it was a turn knob on an old fashioned air vent. The receptionist only had suggested things a bit expensive, so I did some research on good pub food. We then walked down by the water and took some pictures (I took a picture with a ...
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