Gregans Castle Hotel
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I only had vague directions of the path we were going to take and, without the girls' knowledge, I was frankly winging it. Luckily, we asked a gas station attendant in the town of Ballyvaughan if she could assist and it turns out the trail is well known by most and frequently used. Brilliant, maybe we won't get lost and have to scavenge for berries kilometers from civilization.
So, the first thing I must do is endorse the hell out ...
... to rain a bit so we head down the pedestrian road to the mall.
After a couple of purchases we head back to the B&B. One of our purchases was an Irish Tin Whistle, now you are all in trouble! No, I can't play a tin whistle, but I three months to learn. (Poor Guenther!)
Today we head out to see the Aillwee Cave. This cave was discovered in 1944 by a farmer named Jack McGann. Jack was out in his fields with his trusty dog who then bolted after ...
- kiss an Italian boy! ;) - nope, we didn't go out at all! :(
- see the Colosseum etc. in Roma! - yes!
- eat Italian ice-cream - oh yeaaah!!
- see Venice before it sinks - tick off my list of real bucket ...
... A young Spaniard started sniffing around the gal, and push came to shove and the judge’s son killed the Spaniard. As it turned out, the judge had to put his own son on trial and sentenced him to death (what a tough cookie!). Well, the son was a popular fellow in town, and the friendly neighborhood hangman was a no-show on the day of the execution in protest. The judge was so set on justice, he hung his own son from the second story window of his own ...
... around for some time taking pictures and just enjoying the ambiance and then headed back toward Kilkee following Mr. Deli Man's directions. I was quite sure, once again, that I had missed a turn somewhere but eventually we found signage and we were on the right track all along. Along the way we spotted a car park so turned in and got to see more cliffs and a big cut of the Atlantic into the land. Sadly, this was the only place we visited in Ireland where there were signs telling ...