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Last weekend we took a drive from Belfast to the furthest western reaches of Ireland. The drive was a beautiful one, passing through the lakelands of Fermanagh, Cavan and Leitrim and the hills and lighthouses of Sligo, until finally we reached our hotel in Ballina, North Mayo.
After a quick lunch of stews and fish and chips in the …
-Began Ireland Shamrocker Tour -Went to Kilbeggan, whiskey distillary -Knock - religious town -Went to "Mat Malloys" pub in Westport
... funny) The road was a one lane so we had to back up a couple of times with one Irishman from Dublin stopping as we passed for a chat. The Irish love their chats. There were lots of Sheepdogs just watching us go by sitting on the side of the road. Everyone gives a friendly wave but we knew we took a wrong turn when we ran out of road. Luckily Ciaran brought his GPS so it was no hassle to find our way back. Its not a real adventure till you get lost along the way. ...
Just chilled out this morning and caught up on some washing. Picked up the car from the airport and we're luckily upgraded to a bigger car Seat Alhambra Fairly new and lovely to drive. I would be doing all the driving as the insurance was too expensive for under 25 drivers. packed everything up and headed off for 3 1/2 hour drive to Westport. ...
... this to the kids but we hadn’t heard it would cost us 180 Eu to do so. So all were disappointed as we walked in to just do the park. The kids enjoyed seeing the animals, the castle was little disappointing compared to the other castles we’ve visited and lots in the park was closed due to the time of year. The ladies in the shop were great at their job because they made all of that sound amazing. Pleased to have done it on the way rather than make a ...
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