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Day Four began with...what else....a delicious
cooked-to-order breakfast. And Kate insisted on sending the leftover
scones and most of a loaf of banana bread with us "in case you get
So just down the road to Clonmacnoise. G had visited before but there
always seems to be something new to see. E's Sleepy Bear from her
babyhood had stowed away so we got her picture in the Pope's ...
... and they explained what was happening. They were raising money for the maintenance of their organ which I was told is very unique and quite large. We then walked back down the hill (my calf muscles are still suffering) met up with Perce and listened to some Irish music whilst enjoying a Guinness before returning to the ship. On our way back it started to rain quite heavily so we popped into the Queenstown (the former name of Cobh) Story exhibition and enjoyed a Cornish ...
... night...the other extreme from calm. I'm sure it was one of the roughest nights I've spent on a cruise ship, EVER! Right about now you might be expecting a gratuitous comment about Cobh, the Titantic, and icebergs...but you're NOT gonna get it from me. No sirree! Today we arrived in the small port called Cobh (pronounced Cove...who knew!) which is close to Cork. We had a tour lined up with a local company, and went to Blarney, Cork and Kinsale, with ...
... I have experienced this in Cobh and it was a memorable moment.
As the ship turned on its way to the Irish Sea, we saw the Irish Naval base (no ships at home) and a sailboat followed us for some time waving goodbye.
I have decided that the little town of Cobh is one of my favourite places to visit. It reminds me of the Irish saying, "You're as welcome as the flowers in May."
... I mentioned that my brother-in-law, Bishop Clune, had researched the family's history and had even given us a book about the Clunes. It turned out that the book had been written by Deidre Clune's father-in-law. Talk about a small world.
Deidre Clune is currently running as a representative of Ireland on the European Union. There were campaign signs throughout the area.
Cobh is the port for Cork, which is just ...