MacNean House & Restaurant
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Day 2 Drove to marble arch caves and went on hike within a cave and a short boat ride Drove to donegal and ate at the blueberry café Drove to slieve league which had a murderous sheep we were chased by Gave a ride to a guy named Patrick to donegal who apparently is a tourist that likes to bike ...
Since I was a child I have always wanted to go to Africa (not very specific, I know) to work as a medical doctor. Why? I have no idea. I presumed I must have watched a movie or read something inspiring but I honestly can't remember what. To do this I first of all needed to become a doctor. So I did, I got my license in 2012. Obviously there were other reasons for me applying to medschool and clearly I didn't tell anyone on my interview that I secretly wanted to go to Africa to save the ...
The camp site we stayed in was ON the border - the Irish Free State/the Republic of Ireland was over the fence.
Drove to the city of Londonderry. Originally called Derry, the city only became Londonderry when the London Livery companies set up branches there on the 1800s.
So much history here. Walked along the walls, looking at canons, including Roaring Meg, used in the Siege of Derry in 1689. The story of ...
... Newport to Westport, quite a big lively town. We shopped at Lidl and did a circuit of the shops to find the tourist office and wifi. We couldn't find LPG anywhere so hopefully it will last. Then on past Clew Bay and the ancient holy mountain of Croagh Patrick which was covered in cloud unfortunately. The road then headed inland along the apparently famous Doolough Drive through the Sheeffry Mountains which was pretty cool. It came out on the Killary Harbour, a 16km fiord. ...
... today are not as church going as their parents or grandparents were. From there we drove on a few miles to Drumcliffe where we viewed the grave of the writer W B Yeats. The cemetery was interesting but this was really another non event. Now we were going just across the border into Northern Ireland to have lunch and take a tour of the Belleek Pottery Works. We went into the small town and bought some fish and chips for lunch and sat on a park bench and ate them. The tour ...