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... The tire has a hole in the sidewall, so the repair kit is not going to work. A tow truck is on the way. The people drive me back to the car. I'm sure they were getting a chuckle out of the crazy Americans, but they were very friendly and nice. They even came back a second time to check on us.
We sit in the car for about an hour waiting for the tow truck, finally it arrives. Oh, oh, I see a problem, it is a single cab truck and ...
... asking at a "four square" we were driving along this ....almost goat track, opened and closed a gate and managed to get the last 1 of 2 carparks! Very very remote. Carrowkeel megalithic sites. AWESOME, AMAZING, BREATH TAKING!! The walk up was a four wheel drive track, black scots sheep along the way, it was a very hot day, see pic for pic of Kevs shadow. The last part to the tombs is up and thru heather and rocks, there are paths like sheep tracks to follow, but ...
... rich landowners and their guests enjoyed shooting, these days pursuits are much more peaceful. Owned by ISKCON, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (better known as the Hare Krishna movement to most people), it is a center for the Hindu faith, a nature reserve and a retreat." I never knew it was there as we could have visited it yesterday after Florence Court. However Crom Castle, What an estate! We arrived at the castle, in a 15 seater bus from the cruiser, to ...
... together. Then it’s sort of thrashed, but a different word is used for the process that L can’t remember, she’s getting quite past it I fear. Flax is still grown in Ireland and Europe however, mostly it is the seed now that is used for linseed oil and in the health food industry. It’s lovely in bread according to L.
As we drove around the Fanad and Rosguill peninsulas we saw some lovely coastal scenery. Many extensive sandy beaches ...
... Republic of Ireland. Unfortunately, it is not that simple as there are still Catholics living in the North. For years, mainly throughout the twentieth century, the Catholics and the Protestants have been living in unrest - which will be evident as I go on with my story of Northern Ireland.
Fun fact: The Irish flag - which is green, white and orange has an interesting origin which I never thought of until this trip. The green is to symbolize the Republic of Ireland, ...