Fernhill Golf and Country Club
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... sale for breast cancer awareness. (See picture of me with the cake I made with the help of Carmel O'flynn and Patrick. As of this month I have my own apartment and it is going great. It is the perfect size for me. It has two bath rooms, two bedrooms and a cosy kitchen living room area. Its nice and fits me well. It is situated outside the town of Carrigaline. A small family type town. The apartment is within walking distance of the shops and a wonderful park. I ...
... onto the rope banister or at least I was, and by-passed the kiosk selling pictures and certificates to the initiates! The gardens around the Tower were gorgeous. The rhododendrons and azaleas were in full bloom, sporting magnificent reds, pinks, peaches, purples and yellows. I had to make a bee-line for the Poison Garden though, to see the Mandragora Officinarum plant or Mandrake as we Harry Potter fans know it, ...
... you feel like such a tiny insignificant piece. All thoughts and problems seem so minuscule compared to the rest of the earth. Again, my pictures don't do it as much justice as what seeing it for your own eyes would, but it's better than nothing. I didn't take too many pictures here. Instead, I just took in as much as I could with my own eyes.
Going to such tourist-y places here, I've noticed how people are just trying to get that perfect shot ...
... or I am) a little Nissan compact car. It's very zippy and I have developed the bad local habit of zooming down narrow country roads at speed. There are far more compact cars on the road here than in NZ and quite a few flashy European cars. But hardly any four wheel drives - yay! You'd be mad to drive one of those here as the roads are so narrow and the parking would be impossible.
So we didn't stop until we got ...
... very good acting guides and on then to the Medieval Museum. A quick look around but it was freezing cold and we the drove to Cork where we found a hotel out of the main town at a place called Carrigohane we got the last room in the town of course it was a suite, bang goes the budget for that day, never mind very nice and we have been able to spread ourselves ...