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Travel Blogs from Kiltimagh
... harvested to provide peat for the local electricity generating plant. About 100m length of it was located but only 18m has been lifted, preserved, and put on public display. Although now housed in a building it is in the exact same location. Lifting it, preserving it and relaying was a very labour intensive exercise and expensive too. My humans read all about it.
The trackway was built by the Celtic people across a bog, but it’s not ...
... Today we didn't go straight here, we kind of tooted around Connemara to take in our surroundings. We crossed over the Quiet Man's Bridge, ate at Quiet Man's Cafe, and talked about the movie that was filmed there, called The Quiet Man. John Wayne starred in it, and I have no idea who he is, but adults should know. Kids these days only know pop stars and new movies. Well, we have had a long travel day, so see ya! - ...
... to the colonies as a way of escaping almost certain starvation. Of course during in that time vast numbers of Irish emigrated to America. Smuggling incurred a £100 fine and selling illegal booze a £20 fine, being drunk and disorderly was a fine of a shilling or so, it was stealing food and insulting nobles that got you sent to the colonies.
At a Flying boat museum in Foyne I got to try a flight simulator but had to rely on David as my arms and legs are ...
... many cyclists out, some competing in races, some on day trips and several all loaded up, obviously touring. Then there were the walkers many of whom seemed to be in some sort of road race. Not forgetting the joggers, of course, they are everywhere in all weathers, mostly with the same pained expression on their faces.
L has included a photo of the rhododendrons. There are huge banks of them along the roadside in many places. They are very pretty, ...
... was still charged only 95%. Frustrating in the extreme. I now have a UK powerplug, so the next purchase was (not at HN, though, as I hadn't thought that through) to buy an adapter which would take a UK plug, so I can use the new plug in other countries. Fingers crossed that it will work for Miss Mini, as it works beautifully for Ron's iPad 2.
We then skipped through Castlebar, and on to Westport, where we ...
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