Inishbofin House Hotel & Marine Spa
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... Driving to Sligo today . . . with a few stops along the way.
First stop, Connemara National Park for a peak at the Ben's. Then on to Killary Harbour to catch the 10:30 boat tour of Killary Fjord. Spectacular. We've seen the fjords in New Zealand and Newfoundland so thought it would great to see Ireland's glacial ...
... higher ground I saw it first and I announce the arrival of the Killer Sheep. Everyone laughs, but the driver who tells us to get back into the bus quickly. The sheep stops a few metres away and stays put. The driver gets closer vey carefully, and touches the sheep's forehead, which doesn't seem to be against it at all. It was the sign we were all waiting for, and 3 seconds later a whole busload of tourists is packed around a sheep for a hug and the ...
decided to take to the road in my car to the north west of Ireland which Ive never seen before, this first part in west port was very good , pity I arrived so late in the evening but got to sample the towns atmosphere and local characters, A must if you are in the west of ...
... clear and a lovely shade of blue. We leave here and go to Dogs Bay where both Rhian and Caitlin go for a swim. It is a breezy 19 degrees. We are looking at the Atlantic Ocean, views are just breath taking. Hop back into the car for a scenic drive to the village of Roundstone which lies on the western arm of Bertraghboy bay in Connemara, Galway, 77km north-west of Galway city. This Connemara village is beautifully set on one of the most spectacular ...
... the then encouraged me to do the whole loop despite the weather and that's when I decided to actually go for it.
As I made my way towards the mountain (or hill. People call it both) I got kinda scared when I looked up and saw how far I had to go! Maybe a little backstory is needed here: see, I first heard of the Diamond Hill when I read about a highly recommended guided walk online. However, their webpage said that before signing up, we had to be ...