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... No really the rain is not fussing us, it's quite cool about 11C, the roads are good here, especially the major ones, but it pays to be careful in this weather.
We had dinner at a smal pub, which had a great 3 piece Irish band playing. We loved the music and will look forward to more before I leave for home.
I hear we have a new PM! It's feels surreal this side of the world, I have ...
... as there is a giant dragon float being housed at the parking lot. We pay and display before heading into the city centre on foot. Galway is a beautiful medieval city with loads of people and street performers. We enjoy the walking down the pedestrian streets while looking for a place to eat some dinner. We find a restaurant on the main street just loaded with people waiting for what looks to be some wonderful yummy fish & chips. That sounds good to us! After ...
... and around back down so we can see different areas along the way. The road north takes us to stunning views overlooking the sea. Soon we are back to Ennis where the kids want to check out the "teen play area" before we have dinner. We find a pub called The Local that has a nice menu and welcoming staff lady. The place is empty for the moment but looks comfortable. We enjoy our meal at this restaurant before heading back to our hostel for a restful evening.
... the caves took people to the village. They were pretty cool, but I couldn't imagine going all of the way through one of those caves.
After exploring Blarney Castle, which was beautiful, we went to Cashel Rock. According to Sacred Destinations, "The Rock of Cashel (also known as Cashel of the Kings) in County Tipperary is home to the ruins of a great Celtic cathedral. Legend associates the Rock of Cashel with St. Patrick, but the ...
... on to our destination, Dingle, and hoped for the best.
We arrived and were given 2 hours to wander and find lunch while the bus went to a local shop to get looked at. We separated into small groups and went on our way.
Nick and I headed up the small hill further into the town on a search for fresh oysters, Nick desperately wanted to try some from this town as it was right on the coast. After wandering for a while, and having no ...
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