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... he did. ,) Drove through County Laoigh to County Tipperary, in the Golden Vale of Ireland. All the lands here are very flat and fertile, with the best lands for planting. It was given over to the dairy industry as well as growing of barley and oats, which are shipped to Dublin and County Cork for the breweries of Guinness, Beamish Irish Stout and another drink I couldn't understand from our guide. The milk from this area is turned into ...
... After being properly greeted and fed, we were whisked off to the demonstration room. There were about 40 students, mostly from the 12 week course, and just a few of us visitors. Darina was up front at the demonstration table with a couple of minions and promptly cooked her way through about 20 dishes. Mostly eggs. Omelettes, frittatas, marzipan, and so on. We were given a folder with a list and the recipes. ...
... Cahir. Had lunch at Clonmel and a walk around the market town.
Viewed the Rock of Cashel which towers over the township. I bought a postcard, as the stone building was covered in scaffolding and undergoing major restoration, not at all photogenic or inviting to visit. Not far away, in the middle of a cow paddock was the ruins of the Hore Abbey. We viewed the ruins from the road as we didn't need to go cow ...
... both hung upside down and kissed the stone! A slightly terrifying experience. We then decided to explore the grounds some more, this included visiting the Poison Gardens. A few more hours at the castle and a delicious bangers and mash lunch later and we took the bus back into the city.
We were lucky that the weather was much better and we were able to see everything else we wanted to such as the Red Abby and St. Fin Barr's Cathedral.
Today we drove the "ring of kerry" a 179km round trip,,,,its supposed to be very beautiful, but not long after we left Kilarney for Cork via the Ring of Kerry, the mist then heavy rain set in and the fog descended on us....we didn't see much at ...