Inch Beach Guesthouse
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Every now and then, you have a day where you have to take a step back and make sure it's real life.
Today was that day.
I took the bus to Inch beach today and walked along the beach...which is reaaalllly long.
It's not an inch.
I walked past a guy playing hurling and got talking to him.
He asked where I was from, and I said Tasmania.
This is where 90% of people go 'oh ok' and 9% ...
... cathedral - St Coleman's, which is the tallest building in Ireland. You'd have to wonder at such a big cathedral in a wee seaside town with a population of around 10,000.
Next stop was Waterford Crystal. I have to confess that I don't really like Waterford crystal unless it is very plain, but the making process was very interesting. From there it was "get out of this city" until we started to see villages again - much nicer.
... of Ireland (and Europe!), and experienced winds that in the US would have caused mass evacuations. In Ireland, just another typical day that was blessedly without much rain. We walked through fields of sheep - some spray painted with blue, some with red, and some with both. We puzzled over what the markings might mean, and the kids determined that the red meant they were sun-burned.
Foiled by our attempt to horseback ride on ...
... Peggy...very fitting to give me the same name as my mom, which was funny because he had no idea what her name is and Michelle was named Hannah. The people playing knew John and they dedicated a song to us! Micelle and I had such a fun night. The old people are fun to barhop with because they don't try anything and it's purely hanging out for the company. However, Michelle and I have decided that we're geezer magnets and need to cut it out a little and become hot man magnets once ...
... t know where to pay as the nearest house had a private property sign on its gate. So Kath took photos from the gate leading to the fort and we headed back along the windy lanes. As we got back to the main road we noticed the shop at the turn off had a information display for the fort. So we stopped for coffee and hot chocolate and looked at the information display. Staigue fort is one of the largest dry wall forts in Ireland standing at 5.5m tall ...