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... most South Westerly Point...so we’ve been to the Top of Oz and the Toe of Ireland. The roads in this part of the country are narrow and in a lot of cases you have to pull in to let on coming cars pass...not a place for big 4X4’s or buses,....we took some coast roads and when ye have grass growing in the middle of the road ye know you not on a main road, slowing down for sheep is a good idea too. Tis great craic!
Had a great night sleep at airbnb house and filled up on toast for breakfast. Accidentally poured cordial like it was juice then spent the rest of breakfast topping up the glass with water to make it drinkable. From there we planned to go into town and to an old church, but after driving a few loops around one way streets and not being able to read parking signs which were all in Irish, we decided to head straight to Blarney. The Blarney castle and grounds were beautiful. We ...
We woke up in our favorite lodging spot so far, Castle Country House B&B in Thurles, County Tipperary. Pierce and Joan, the owners, were so friendly, accommodating and helpful. We enjoyed exploring the grounds, practicing hurling (with some great tips from Pierce), playing with their dog Sparky and eating a full Irish breakfast.
The first castle built on their property was made of timber in 800AD, but burned down after 100 years. This ruins of ...
... County (Tipperary) we were back in the hire car and off to Mount Juliet. While stopped back in Thurles we saw the couple go by in a procession of cars all blowing their horns - with bride and groom waving at everyone from the town as they drove through - totally gorgeous! My exceptional navigational skills went missing momentarily and we had a lovely tour of some very narrow lanes and a slightly delayed ...
... and I spun around the bar and made space for ourselves. Everyone in the bar was watching, and clapping and egging us on. Rory is a wee bit of a rascal and likes to throw caution to the wind and pull out aerials on the social dance floor. This place was packed to the gills so pulling off any sort of aerial is very dungaroo! But man was it fun! I went out side as I do to cool off and outside the bar were these two older fellas. They were chatting ...