Inis Meain Hotel / Ostan Inis Meain
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... fascinating – providing information the situation that I had no idea still existed. I thought that the troubles were over. It was also just terribly sad to think that people live like this and there appears to be no answers in the immediate future to resolve any of it. Joel, our guide, told us that his wife’s girlfriend had gone to Australia, married an Australian and they had moved back to Belfast. This fellow wanted a tour so Joel took him, and took ...
... be finished the trip and to arrive safely with a long keeled boat.
Very few people would attempt to bring such a boat that far north on the waterways.
- Capetonian is a strong sturdy long keeled boat.
- It was an Epic Trip,well overdue on my part.
- Good company
- Enjoyed the jolly.
... of the evening.
I was dying to see Devenish Island on the Lough Erne Cruise. The taxi driver mentioned that there was usually one running on Fridays in April (and what day do you think it was?) I had a number for the tourist office I had visited earlier in the day and I called them on the off chance we could locate a boat ride. We got the number and put in a call, and it was just our luck! We joined a bus tour of young people who were traveling around Ireland for ...
... us the rest of her village. We then visited her local pub that had only room for about 5 people inside. Mary asked if we took a drink and the answer was yes. We had a couple of drinks. Back to Mary's for a beautiful dinner and many stories (most about Bomber) into the late evening. Mary then got a phone call from her publican friend that she had heard Moose and Squirrel were headed for Dublin and maybe for Scotland. We needed to leave early in the morning. Boris ...
Killeshandra was the local identified as the birthplace of my 2nd Great Grandfather, William Follis (7/30/1830). The town is small and reminded me quite a bit of Whatcom county where William finally settled and lived out his days (11/25/1918). It must have reminded him of home. Rolling hills and lots of cattle. The area is famous for its creamery. We went to Kilmore ...