Marine Links Hotel
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... the same as Ronnie does. The grands are following this Ronnie, a good education for them. 160 days from weaning, the pens of 35 mates, (as the pigs get bigger, the pens get bigger, but always the same 35 per pen), the piglets are 100kgs baconers. 800 a week are trucked, using their own truck and driver to Waterford works 2.5hrs away. They employ 11 staff. All sows have a chip in their ear, they're very intelligent and cunning. They get fed twice a ...
... they had a really fun trip and enjoyed the train travel very much. For a change of scenery we went to Aghadoe for champagne Friday. There is a sort of park across the street from the hotel there that has an incredible view of Laune Lake, and the bonus is there are also friendly horses for Laura to hang out with. Did you know that horses are very fond of cocktail peanuts? Dinner that evening was at Sol y Sombra - always fantastic, and I think we have tried every type of tapas they offer now!
... 1588 when the fleet of the Spanish Armada in Ireland were returning to Spain during stormy weather, many of their ships sought shelter at the Blasket Islands and some were wrecked. During the Nine Years War, Kerry was again the scene of conflict, as the O'Sullivan Beare clan joined ...
... I went. It was very boggy in places, so much so, a small frog hopped across my path and there were patches of peat visible. Whoever built the fortress must have been determined no one could get to them.
Headed back to the hostel and a chat with some more Germans. I'd love to do the walking track they're doing but I'm also really glad we're staying here and not in the tourist trap round the other side.
... there was something out of a fairytale and luckily the weather was nice enough that we got some great pictures. When we were done at Lady's View we headed to Turc Waterfall in Killarney National Park. On the walk to the waterfall we walked through probably the greenest forest I have ever seen, almost every inch was covered in moss. Of course the waterfall was gorgeous, like everything else that day. After the waterfall we headed to our last stop for the trip, which ...