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... we have to wait for freaking 4 hours to get on a bus to Westport. We asked a lady from the bar, and she told that we should have gone off in the Airport. Then we shouldn't have to wait for that long. Well, anyways, we had to wait now. I know that I told at first that we shouldn't have gone off in Charlestown, but I'm happy we did. We went to a bar and the owner was there. We got off with him very well. We even promised to send him a postcard when we are back in Estonia :) ...
Scenery changed from harsh landscapes of the Burren and Arans Islands to the green, wooded mountains of the Connemara; from the ancient stone monuments to the grave site of William Butler Yeats. We'll see another monument in Derry; more on that later. We stopped in Cong for a walk by the Ashford Castle and a visit to Ireland's School Of Falconry where we all got a chance to retrieve a falcon from flight while wearing protective gloves. Cong, by the way, is ...
... has a larger than life personality but is a genuine warm person. Our stay in Westport was enhanced by her. Westport is a lovely town and was well worth the visit. However, the real accomplishment of October 1 was getting to Dublin and ridding ourselves of the car. Walter had succeeded in negotiating the roads without incident but not without a few hairy moments. I would point out that although Walter was the one behind ...
It's been a few days without info. After Arden and Theresa left we spent most days as we do at home (not very exciting). The high and low tides around the 'supermoon' were pretty spectacular in Barrow West. We did, however, sleep right through the eclipse. It was from 3 to 4 am ... no chance. 'We' did watch a little rugby, though. Yesterday, we said goodbye to Barrow West and drove to Westport, County Mayo. The 4 hour drive took 6 hours, but we did stop at Bunratty Castle on the way. (We ...
... same way so D expects it was built by a cooper. There is a walled garden at this castle too that we took a stroll through. The castle itself is the seat of the Earls of Rosse and is lived in by the family and isn’t open to the public.
Roscrea castle is another Norman castle, and in very good condition although quite small as castles go. An 18th century Queen Anne style house was built inside the castle walls by the Damer ...