Rathea School House
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... transported from all over Ireland. Also a variety of animals on view including two Irish hounds. They are huge! Also a beautiful large rooster with the loveliest plumage. Continued down to the village of Adare that had been recommended to us. It is a quaint village with lots of thatched cottages along the Main Street and has a nice ambience. Plenty of people taking photos and enjoying the place. Had a delicious lunch here. Travelled all this way to have a bunch ...
... and then another 45 minutes to an hour to Kenmare. But Jess and Eric insisted they were perfectly happy poking around the cute little of town of Kenmare until we could get there. Well, between traffic and the stop back at the cottage, Dennis and I didn't roll into Kenmare until 7pm which was our reservation time at Mulcahy's. We met Jessica and Eric at the restaurant and had a lovely dinner there. We left when there was still enough light to figure out how to install the bike rack on ...
... gets 2 pages in my Ireland Eyewitness guide, then it is worth a look. Very small roads and very few signs led us to the Burren. I had little confidence that we were going the right way until 1 km away; we found a sign (really?). We stopped at a Portal Tomb where they had excavated 33 bodies dated from 3000BC. The Portal Tomb was on the Burren-FINALLY found it and it was COOL! After hiking around here, the rest of the drive north, there were limestone ...
... to arrive due to my late train connection, I had to pick a seat at the very back (which is not only annyoing because of the views but also because of all the old people up front who take ages to get outside at every stop! There's only one door...)
Once we got started, John the driver immediately started babbling about everything he could possibly think of. When I wrote yesterday that Mike the driver was a typical Irishman, John the driver definitely ...
... who just arrived in Ireland. Town was raging and people were completely losing their **** at Temple Bar. Including some loony who was threatening to jump off a building and had the fire service bring him down on a cherry bucket. That's the Irish for you I guess.
Once town starting closing for the night and we were thoroughly intoxicated we taxied straight to the airport to catch an overland bus - we missed it, and then had to wait at the station in the freezing cold until ...
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