Ennislare Guest House
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... by my Auntie Dorothy and Uncle Jack, and managed to get through nine (!) bottles of wine, finally getting to bed around 2.30am. On a Thursday! Poor Aaron had to go to work the next day, but then it was him that was pouring the mammoth servings of wine in the first place, so I guess that's karma.
On Friday we had a late start (not very surprisingly) and went to visit Nana and Grandad Taylor in their seaside ...
... it was not rainy and that I had on good footwear!!! Some people did not!
I truly have been quite fortunate on this trip to have some fantastic weather for some of the *must see* places. I do wish, however, that I had brought another scarf - all my pics look the same. I almost bought one or two - but I knew how many I had at home, so I showed retail restraint! lol. Speaking of pictures - picture count: 645. But that is just the one ...
... inside you can get out by taking the long way through city center. We asked about hurling, Ireland's national sport and were told 'only Catholics play hurling'. As Norman says, "It is what it is and we just live with it".
We visited an area where most of the IRA demonstrations and riots took place in the 70's. Today it is a working class residential area but murals depicting various memorials/personages are on each ...
... br> sensational day!
The following day we were all leaving - Mark and Pris back home, Victoria to a 30th
party and us to pick up a car and head for Sligo. It was a great shame to have
to say goodbye to Tanya and Gary, who had been amazing hosts and gone out of
their way to make us feel welcome. We hope they'll come back to Australia soon
so that we can return the favour!
... of gates is closed 6pm to 6am, the other subject to 24hr camera monitoring. There are hundreds of memorials and murals remembering the bombings and deaths, one massive depicting those who died of self imposed starvation whilst incarcerated. The main police compound is still heavily fortified with a tower containing cameras that cover a massive part of the inner city. To watch people just walking about, getting on with life; just as they would ...