Marine Links Hotel
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2015 09 14 Ireland Monday No hot water at Gabriel House B&B and no sign of the plumber. Thought it was interesting the lass was in such a hurry to have us pay EUR 99 last night when all other places only collected payment next morning. I had a cold shower, and a grumpy wife as she missed out on one. Breakfast was very good. The topic of conversation was the lack of hot water. We packed and headed back toward Dublin to Blarney Castle, bought the audio gear for the tour, ...
... of pace. When we got there the place was busy, and the hostess lead us upstairs to a strange little room that had only 3 tables and pretty much nothing else, hardly anything on the walls either. It was obvious that the upstairs used to be somebody's residence, especially considering that the bathroom came complete with a bathtub. The food made up for the lack of ambience however. We had a duck dish as a starter that was slices of deep fried duck, thin slices of cucumber and green ...
We left in rain and it continued most of the 400 kms. However the ever changing scenery and dramatic coastline made the drive interesting and the time and miles slipped by. Blake with his Mum and Dad were in a different car and he managed well with the first 300 kms but the last 100 km were difficult for them all and required frequent stops. We passed by such sights as Lord Mountbattens castle where he was killed many years ago, W B Yeates gravestone - we ...
... was opened by a former polar explorer. Once in Dingle I put Google to good use trying to understand the story of that place, and quickly a name stood out: Tom Crean. And there I was in chartered territory.
Tom Crean is one of those great names of the heroic age of Antarctic exploration, but one of the least known of those as he was a sailor and not one of those commanders whose names are familiar (like Scott, Amundsen or Shackleton, or even Frank Wild, Shackleton's right ...
Today was a whirlwind. We started with 10 in the van at 7am (ugh-so early for us)! After some fun Edinburgh navigating, we found the airport and kicked Michele and her crew out for their return flight home. Southward driving, we crossed 3 countries in 5 hours. Trinity, Keegan and I got on a HUGE "ferry" (more like cruise liner) and Rich, Charlie, and Lucy drove to Leicester to drop off Lucy with her mother for a girls trip. After our ...