Fairhill House Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... farmers style, as in NZ! Some farms were clean, green, grazed, farmed. Immediately the other side of the stone fence, there were weeds, still rocks/stones, blackberry and ivy rampant. I liked it, found it really interesting - don't think I'd have like the caves, the caves are made when the underground rivers change direction - that just might happen when I'm down under!!!! It was an hours walk up on to the Burren at the rear of the working farm. Very interesting and our guide was ...
... up until tonight had not seen any action in this loch that would give us any indication of what it was for. Tonight we saw some action. It looked like a cross between basketball, kayaking and soccer....if that makes sense. I have added some pictures and a video below. It was pretty exciting, our own little World Cup type ...
... a zoo, but the enclosures are much more natural than most zoos... And some animals (particularly the kangaroos) are free to roam. Now they're not large by any means, but it was still amazing to see kangaroos, crossing the street right in front of you. I had a bit of a moment with a baby giraffe and his mother. The red panda was my favourite. So cute.
They had something called the cheetah run, in which they attach meat to a wire and swing it around the pen for ...
... But we decided to go to Joe Watty's for dinner and music instead. Sadly. We got there and the music hadn't started yet. I had a Guiness and Kait got a delicious glass of house cab. Then we got down to the business of dinner. The appetizer of garlic bread was delicious, as were the fries that came with my steak. Sadly, the steak I had and the Traditional Irish Stew Kait got were pretty bad. Her stew worse than my steak, but both bad. We left just as the musician began ...
... stopped at Westport where we had a drink and relax, while the kids had fun on a jumping castle slide, and then drove on Louisburgh, a beautiful little village, also on the coast. The kids enjoyed playing on the sand there for a while on this uncharacteristically warm, sunny day.
By this stage it was getting quite late, so we continued on the windy, narrow roads, past incredible hills ...