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... in at Jeremiah's house in the way back to Olive's to say goodbye to his wife Teresa. She is lovely. By the time I got back to Olive's it was about eleven and they were still entertaining william that had been there since the morning and their neighbour was over too. They left pretty soon after but I was chatting to olive and john until about 1am.. They love to talk. Tomorrow I'll be rejoining Jess and Meliss in cork and then heading to meet more relatives in ...
After a relaxing day yesterday just wandering around cork checking out the streets, today we booked a paddy wagon tour so we could see Kinsale, Cobh and Blarney. Kinsale and Cobh (pronounced cove) were both seaside towns, if they were in Australia they'd have "port" in front of their name :) they had markets and cool little ...
... tried to get an overview of Cork. Erin likes to walk - that's for sure! Her young little legs keep her steps ahead of me all the time. I find myself asking her "is there a hurry?" She laughs at me as she always does!
Not so surprisingly, we found a little shop with her name so we couldn't pass by it without a picture. The products for sale were "Irish" ...
... a second to late that they were not.....!
When we got back to Cork, I showed Mom and Mal my campus and dorm. Then we headed to the city for dinner. After I showed Mal and Colt the pubs of Cork. The funny thing is, since practically no Irish students stay in Cork on the weekend and I am always traveling or recovering from traveling, I don't think I have ever gone out on a Saturday night. So we started at one pub, Oliver Punkett, ...
Last week was Cork Heritage Open Day, which was in part sponsored by the Irish Walled Towns Association. Most of the really old buildings in Cork had free admission and some had tours as well, so I spent the Saturday of my birthday weekend tramping the city in the occasional rain showers trying to make up for the fact that I, like many people, live in a place with a lot of history but generally ignore it in favor of day-to-day ...
Other places to stay in Clonakilty
Skibbereen by Pass Road, Clonakilty | 3 star hotelfrom $94
Clonakilty | 4 star hotelfrom $214
- Great spa, pity about the bar service.
- Lovely hotel, shame about the grumpy reception staff
- Wonderful setting
Strand Road, Clonakilty | Hotelfrom $52
Wolfe Tone Street, Clonakilty | Hotelfrom $40
Muckross, Clonakilty | 3 star hotelfrom $230
Fernhill, Clonakilty | Hotelfrom $93
Wolfe Tone Street, Clonakilty | Hotelfrom $78
Wolfe Tone St, Clonakilty | 3 star hotelfrom $107