The Earl of Desmond Hotel
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... And to finish it off, they bought me my first ever Guinness!
Such a sweet couple!!!
I was in town then, just wandering a bit, and went into the supermarket.
I saw they guy who ran the hostel, and he offered to give me a lift back.
In his smokin hot car.
No, literally...there was smoke coming out of the door.
Then I spent my night painting and playing music again!
Apparently I have a nice voice!
... lots. (We had to unlearn some things learnt through the movie! Apparently Rose and Jack are not real.. ahh sigh - Chloe). Later that day we drove from Belfast to Galway. A lovely city close to the west coast. We experienced the traditional Irish Pubs with lively, Celtic-infused music. We were not keen on the Guinness…. but Tim and Lauren certainly were! The streets were filled with pubs and historical buildings. We loved it there but were every ...
... chore. Well what a debaclle, we were screaming at each other, going round and round In circles. Peter was navigator and Linda driving. Not a good team on this particular day. Talk about stressful. We survived somehow and finally were back on the road heading to Tralee, Kerry.
A bit further along the road we found a most beautiful hotel, called the River Inn. We stopped and had some Potato & Leek Soup..... Mmmmm. The hotel was so lovely ...
On Tuesday, we went on a tour of the Island (Dingle Peninsula). The tour guide told us all the gossip around town this included showing us where a man was living in sin. Meaning that one man is living with another man's wife. We also went to the Blasket Islands. The Blasket Islands are a group of islands off the west coast of Ireland. They were inhabited until 1953 by a ...
... Thailand and Australia for the past couple of years). He was actually on his way to Cork for a court appearance so he stayed close to the city for the night instead of traveling too much in one day. He admitted that when he saw me the previous night that I looked terrible. At first it threw me off with his bluntness but I agreed with him - I knew I felt terrible so I probably looked the part too. The day started with rain so in the morning I went to the County Kerry museum for ...