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... Gothic Church, walking along beautiful Pollacappul Lough. More rhododendron were blooming along the lake's calm waters. The Gothic Church was a small cathedral built by Mitchell Henry in memory of his wife Margaret. Mrs. Henry had dies of dysentery and her husband wanted a suitable memorial built at her beloved Kylemore. Although small, it was beautiful inside and out. There were two more quick spots I wanted to check out on the way back ...
... that we adults can eat too... A mission for the week. tonight's meal of spaghetti went down quite well, adults loved it, one kid loved the slurpy spaghetti not so much the meat sauce but we can work our way into that, but for now we are slowly getting there. Here is a recipe for some fussy eaters, don't be put off by the vegetables in it, as long as they are finely diced (really really small, that's the key) they cook away and you dont know they are there at ...
We travelled from HK to Dublin with Turkish airlines via a 2 hour layover in Istanbul. What impressed us with Turkish Airlines was the food and the wifi access during the plane trip. Hopefully other airlines will follow suit. In Istanbul airport, I ran into PJ Cleary, an old school mate of my brother's who was connecting from Shanghai. He's a qualified civil engineer whose an English teacher out there. On ...
... of Ireland in general. The rolling hills covered in stone fences, cows and sheep, and peat bogs are all so nice to look at. Also, I discovered the best smell in the world: burning peat. They use the peat or turf from the bogs to heat their houses and it smells better than anything.
That night we went to the local pub Broderick's. And by local pub, I really mean a ...
... trip. The room is located in a section that encircles the courtyard. Rock-walled throughout the room and not too many frills. It doesn’t have the typical feel of a hotel room. One feature of note is a tall, ornate seatback attached to the “throne” in the restroom. The first comment that I make…”Wow, now I can conduct my business like royalty.” Ok, what I actually said was a bit more ...