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... we only had the one wet day and that was in Belfast. As we drove around, our guide played the song "Fourty Shades of Green" – how apt for Ireland.
Our tour traversed the island from Waterford to the west coast, stopping at Killarney, then north to Limerick, Sligo, into Northern Island to Belfast, then back into the Republic to Dublin, for our ferry ride across to Liverpool.
Along the way we tried the Irish traditionals ...
... good, I had spicy tikka.
We loaded the bus and then headed out to the Wicklow mountains for a picture opportunity. We passed through Hollywood and everything!!! Too funny! A town changed their name from Holywood to Hollywood and a local farmer even built a sign. On our way to the mountains we also went past the "P.S I Love You" bridge where Hilary Swank meets Gerald Butlers character in the movie!
We made it to the top of a big hill (or ...
... as it had been there was still many people out enjoying their summer break.
And so our travels in Ireland are coming to an end. L booked us on the late ferry from Rosslare to Fishguard. When we rolled up to drive onto the ferry and bid farewell to Ireland I’m sure I saw a tear or three in L’s eyes, I know that she in particular had thoroughly enjoyed her time here, as for D, well he doesn’t say much about anything so who knows:
© Lynette Regan 3rd July ...
... hard to understand.
We were hoping our last dinner in Dublin would be enjoyable. But after an hour of wandering in search of a restaurant, Cole had enough. We spent our meal trying to cajole him and didn't really enjoy our dinner. Tom had a house salad and fish and chips. I ordered sweet potato chili soup, and pasta with mushrooms. We want directly to the hotel after dinner, we had to pack up and get ready to head to Portugal in the morning. ...
... s a design for a cow shed adjacent to a frost free dry store in a nearby farm, for the housing of one cow, let's call her Daisy for now, and an overhead hay barn. This project involves some brick laying and that's something I wrote as a skill I'd like to accomplish so hopefully will get a chance to do some of that. Fantastic projects and all really exciting and worthwhile. Can't wait to get started, there's a little bit of something to be learnt from each. These ...