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... around and went home. Then back out to the coast to rejoin the Wild Atlantic Way at Tarbert on the shores of the Shannon. We stopped off to see Carrigafoyle castle which was quite unexpectedly interesting. It had a wide spiral staircase up to the battlements on the fifth floor.
Next stop was Ballybunion which was a very pleasant little town above some nice beaches. We went to the tourist office for wifi and ended up talking to them for some time. The man showed the boys some ...
So it was my last day in Ireland before I flew back to England later on that evening.
Once again, it was a typical slow morning after a late night.
Once we got moving and I had my bags in the car. We went exploring. We being Aaron, myself and his girlfriend.
The first place we explored was the Glenstal Abbey. The scenery was gorgeous with lots of different species of plants and flowers. The idea of going ...
... Killarney and Adare. There was a world class golf course here that Tiger Woods and Rory McIroy frequent. Unfortunately, I didn't have my camera ready to snap a pic.
The sky was clear and the sun was shining all day - again - which definitely provided some picturesque views of the Dingle Peninsula, Ballinskelligs Bay and all thru Killarney National Park. We even stopped at Torc Waterfall - a sparkling 18m waterfall which cascades ...
... for music. How great is that? One of the regulars, “They call me Wolfy,” speculated, “We are all gypsies, in a way.” And he is right.)
-Three, that I’ve joined a friend of mine twice now to watch her man play bass in a band at Nancy Blake’s. Funk or funky rock covers. Chill and fun! And chilly. This is quite the cultural city. Small, very little tourists, not much to do when it comes to theme parks, beaches, or sightseeing. ...
... Everything was great we found our bed and breakfast at Coonagh just outside Limerick. As it is a long weekend - Bank Holiday, there was little traffic. Just outside Limerick we pasted a place called Béal an Átha - which is Ballina in Gaelic.
We checked in and met the owner of the house, she was lovely and welcoming, making us coffee with cake on our arrival. We had a chat about where we should visit. We moved our ...