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Travel Blogs from Schull
... the road, which got me mixed up more then once, even though it
took me three buses and one taxi to finally realize it. Since those
roads are going in zigzag, there are lights in the roads going on
both sides and in the middle to help the drivers see where they are
going and where to drive.
Analysis/observation: The road I took was on the south of the Island and was following the sea
... observation: I
talked with Katarina about this subject and she explained to me what
was her opinion on it. She said to me that people in politics were
really corrupted, that having the power in the party for so long made
them abuse it. People here are really mad about this because there is
a financial recession since 2008 and to know that there are so many
people in the ...
... hosts, Neil, who welcomed us to winter in Ireland! Did I mention that it was cold? And windy? And rainy? It felt like winter in Seattle. But Neil got us quickly settled in, and took great care in explaining how to order breakfast, use the wireless, etc. Then he asked our plans for dinner and recommended a couple places. He also told us that there would be music at Coachman’s Pub on Tuesday and Wednesday that was one of the best box players in Ireland (similar ...
We encouraged Kathryn to play along and she obliged to her and everyone’s delight. She announced to everyone who we were and about our adventure through Ireland. The crowd was enthusiastic and we felt like we were truly part of this friendly community.
Eventually, it was suggested that Annette or I also sing with the band. I’d heard that the song “Take Me Home Country Roads” (a song dear to me) ...
We left there and drove back toward Kenmare where we flew up Healey’s Pass. Peter felt like he was driving in Italy. FAST and CURVY and UP HILL, simply MAGNIFICENT! We stopped at the top to take MORE pictures (in high winds and blowing rain) and dropped into the extremely small gift shop. The owner (the nicest old man we had met to date in Ireland) had all the lights off (he ran on generator after it got ...