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... as there are many options for things to see and do in this part of Mayo. At Ceide Fields we learned about the parts of Mayo which was once connected to the Appalachian Mountains of the United States, and while this physical connection has been broken, it's clear that the cultural and musical traditions between them still remain strong (check out my post on Festivals for more). We were a short drive from a closer view of Downpatrick Head and a coastal drive back towards ...
... see out when we eventually made it to the top. Anyway, I think everyone or most made it to the top. We had mass up there, too, which was pretty cool. The way back down was a lot quicker, but it had decided to start raining for that part. With the high wind and rain, I was soaked for the rest of the day until we got back to the ...
... pumpkin. We went for a wonderful drive out of town towards Dongegal. We went to the burial location of the famous author Yeats and checked out a beautiful waterfall. Went back into Sligo grabbed a dodgy kebab from a shop in town. The owner told us Moose and Squirrel were of to a folk festival in Cavan known as the Fleadh. Off to Cavan it is. That is the County where Bomber comes from. We may stay with his mum in Butlersbridge. Boris ...
... We did see a sign just prior to the town with Knock Shrine on it but we did not know what it was all about. Carried on and found the park, ate some lunch and went for a walk to town. We have since learned what it was all about , which is, and I quote from the brochure, " The story of Knock begins on the evening of 21st of August 1879, when on that day, appeared at the south gable of the church at Knock, County Mayo, Ireland, Our Lady Mary, and St Joseph, St ...
... to visit the beach town of Keel, but we were into the rain now and although we liked watching the surfers and the kids played on the playscape there, we moved onto Keem for some more breathtaking views and then back for tea. That night I went to the Copper Beech for some WiFi and a Guinness just to be polite. Buying Guinness for WiFi access is fun but not too productive in terms of work. The bartender Marie was so sweet. She knew Paul and his house ...
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