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So the plan today was to head south to Waterford, but first I wanted to make a quick trip north to Bru na boine. After arguing with the bloody sat nav for half an hour I consulted the maps on my ipad to figure out which road I had to take out of Dublin. It was actually quite simple once I got going. I only hope there are no speed cameras here in Ireland because most of the way through Dublin I was focusing in where I was going and just keeping up with traffic. ...
... There are many large green tanks with huge pipes coming out of them with water gushing out. A shop building to my left. I can see a man standing on top of the tanks, I yell hello, but he doesn't hear me and I am not about to climb up onto the tanks. I head on up the hill to the house. Turns out this was one of Ireland's oldest salmon farms. (I think a hatchery). I hope a hatchery because we have already had lengthy discussions on damage ...
... in places. The climb up would have taken 1/2hr. I have to quote someone else's blog here as it is a perfect description "Description and History – This tomb is absolutely fantastic and is one the best at Carrowkeel. As you approach it no entrance is visible to you until you get close to the tomb when a small opening becomes visible. My first reaction was that I would never, in a million years, climb inside that tomb. The entrance is big enough to crawl ...
... 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 ...
... with a huge table in the middle. The out buildings needed to sustain a "home" like this are numerous. The stables, the ice house, the laundry room, the ironing room, the dairy for butter making, the forge, the carpenters workshop - the list goes on, and a lot of these were still in use in the 1950s. The walled garden and rose garden were well worth the long walk. Found the organic veg garden there as well. All voluntary. The National ...