Gougane Barra Hotel
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... for a fabulous Instagram). Our return ferry to Long Beach departed at 4:45; we were sad to say goodbye but happy to be traveling on to IRELAND!!
Our British Air flight to Heathrow was very comfortable - we were upstairs in first class in an Airbus 380 - pretty nice with the lay flat seats. Thank goodness we ate dinner at the club in the airport because we ended up taking off nearly two hours late, and not too much after take off we both took our Halcion and crashed. I ...
... today. We sat and talked about our home countries, our travels, where we have been in Ireland and where we were going to. It was after 10 before we made a move and to be honest I don't think anyone wanted to move. We were quite settled. All good things must come to an end and it was time to hit the road and head to Killarney. It was quite a drive and the rain was off and on the whole way. The scenery just as pretty as always. The leaves are turning yellow here and ...
Friday (14th) off this morning to the bus station which we got there just in time to get the earlier bus by a minute. The bus trip wasn't long, we pulled into the bus station which is right next to an outlet centre so we went in and had a look, sat down for a hot drink as it was too early to check in. We got sick of waiting so we headed to the railway back packers where we had a good old chat with the worker and turns out we could check in early. The ...
... It was here that we stopped for an hour so people could get a light meal, ice cream, souvenirs, and snap some pictures. I spent the time exploring up and down the street. The French General and Prime Minister, Charles de Gaulle (1890-1970) had a memorial plaque in this town. His mother was Irish, and he came here for rest and relaxation for two weeks following his retirement in 1969. After taking in the sights, I spent 3.50 euros for a small bowl of ...
... to relax and enjoy it. It was a great day for taking photos of the the scenery whilst driving because it was so beautiful the whole drive, and so many sheep, cows and bulls everywhere. We also stopped by an old church called Gallarus Oratory that looks like a beehive and is from the 8th century made from rocks stacked on top of each other with nothing to secure them yet the shape has stayed ...