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... morning without meeting anyone coming down the road. After getting a few supplies at Cahersiveen we went out to the end of the peninsula and crossed the bridge to Valentia Isoand where we had a great view back over Bray Head and the colourful shops and houses in Portmagee. Then over a steep narrow and winding pass to St Finnans Bay where we stopped for a while. Stopped for several hours at Ballinskelligs which had a nice sheltered beach and an little caste to climb up on. We ...
... anything from chocolate to onions to chilli on the plate. The plate colourings were black and orange.
After exploring the markets we went back to Aarons girlfriends place for lunch and relaxing. Later on that afternoon, Aarons girlfriend and I went to the local shopping centre with her daughter and her daughters boyfriend. I wanted to have a look at some 100% pashmina scarfs. The shop that sold them only had one pashmina scarf left. The ...
Good day, from a fine, slightly chilly Monday morning! I welcome you to the changing seasons of Ireland – shorter days, cooler weather. I even sported my new feather duvet coat, although after a little bit of walking, I learned that I am wearing it prematurely. I must not stress myself about the cold weather now, because it will only get colder as winter comes!
I feel so Irish now, talking about the weather.
Continuing on this theme, I must ...
... in anyways when they were nice to me (because, well, why not?). I had some great conversations with some attendees as I stood by the door, again about belonging and engagement through music.
But to *really* round out the night, I joined the masses in the bars, muscling my way through crowds and enjoying a few pints. This is Ireland, after all!
Limerick is the first official City of Culture in Ireland. I can’t wait to enjoy this lovely river town in all its ...
... So back the way of Limerick to Bunratty.
We turned off the motorway and entered the castle car park, they informed us that they would be closing in 2 hours. But we decided to go in anyway. The actual castle was OK, nothing to rave about but there was an attached village to the display, it included authentic houses of different eras. There were thatched farm houses from a mountain area, a fishing area and a low lands area. There were professional ...