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... beaten track but the Aire didn't look right again so we parked outside the castle for the night. Went for a lovely loop walk around the coast, through some bush and farmland. Neat sunset. We moved a bit down the road in the morning for breakfast and did another walk around the Island, and then drove up the west side of Strangford Lough to Portaferry where there was a big Tesco's. Then on to Mt Stewart house and gardens, a National Trust property. We ...
... right though, just going two restrooms down I find no line. Unfortunately, this is not the case with the food line. I pick the one that supposedly has chicken sandwiches and I wait. And wait. I start talking to a guy and his daughter (John and Molly) behind me. They are looking at the program and commenting on the size of the football players. We discuss the hurling and they try to explain the rules to me. John offers to buy me a ...
... where we poured our perfect pint and learned all about the history of Guinness. We also learned the proper technique to drink a Guinness. After that, we found a bar and had a chill night watching the opening games of the Fifa World Cup.
Ohhh Friday the 13th....what a day that was. Linds and I had booked our Cliffs of Moher trip for the friday - this was the one trip that I had been most looking forward to. All of ...
... on our journey to each town. These are the highlights:
Between Galway and Kilarney, we visited a castle and a medieval village - a tourist attraction like Sovereign Hill in Ballarat. The castle was fabulous - decorated with authentic furniture which gave a real sense of what it was like to live in it in medieval times. There were guides in the castle dressed in medieval costumes and one of them gave us directions ...
... The Irish diet in that point in history was composed mostly of potatoes, a factor that actually made Irish people much stronger and bigger than their English or Scottish counterparts, who had a barley based diet. Unfortunately, potato crops were more prone to failure, and potato famines were a sadly common event. The famous famine resulted in 1/4 of the population dying or emigrating. In the west, the hardest hit region, some areas lost 80% of their population. The ...
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