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Nothing to exciting today. We just took a walking tour of town with Liam and that was about it. I think we would have skipped Galway if we had known more about it. However Curt was kind enough to indulge me in having tea for lunch at a super cute tea room! We tend to like the smaller towns. Now we have to decide if we are going to make a run for the Giants Causeway or go up a little further up the coast. It could be a long ...
... Ireland. We liked the place so much we returned for coffee and cake on our way out of town on our way to Cork. Just out of Baltimore we sought out Lough Hyne which is a salt water lake where lots of locals meet to swim ( they say it is a special place), even in winter. The day we were there the water was 18 C according to a woman emerging from it, but that is positively balmy compared to 12C a month earlier! Finally we arrived in Cork, our last stay in Ireland. Amazingly I ...
... tale. Had lunch at a very old local pub/restaurant -- smoked salmon open-face sandwich with the ubiquitous chips and a glass of Guinness. Getting a taste for it!! People watching was great -- I saw an old Irish woman who you might think was the quintessential washerwoman or maybe a witch -- was dying to take her picture but didn't want to be rude. Her face actually looked quite masculine with a few long hairs springing from ...
Most of you know how similar Neil is to my dad. And those who know my Dad knows he's the most patient man in the world. Well, any of you try driving in Ireland? On the opposite side of the car, of the road?? Neil would be happy to tell you: NEVER DO IT!
We flew into Dublin today and picked up our rental car. It was a cute, clean, relevantly new little go kart European car. We got lost. Very, very lost, many many times. Never ...
... Lake Bleon :) - same next holiday! haha!
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