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... apple orchard and herb garden, are lovely. We pop a squat in the middle of the apple orchard, with views of the castle. The apple trees stand like Celtic centinals standing watch over the garden. Apples lay strewn across the neatly clipped grass.Julian is off scouring the grass for newly fallen apples. Kaeleb is intently focused on ensuring no bees come too close to our picnic, i.e. him. Elizabeth leans on her elbows and gazes fondly up at the strong ...
... as they call it in Europe). This was also the very last port of call before the Titanic sailed for New York in 1912. We all know what happened to that vessel... In the afternoon, we went on an excursion to the nearby town of Kinsale. Kinsale is home to Charles Fort, a military fort built by the English in the late 17th century. The fort is now in ruins as the ...
... walk to the castle and it was still pouring rain when we got there. I already had our tickets to the castle estate, but we still had a short wait to get into the grounds. We decided to skip the 100+ steps to kiss the stone and went instead on a tour of the Blarney House where we could get out of the rain. The house, still inhabited by the owners of the estate, was interesting and is only open for tours when they are traveling. There was ...
I'm off to Ireland to the city of Cork in the Emerald Isle. Ireland is famous for being green and raining a lot but i have to say the sun is shining here at the moment.
The countryside is beautiful and the towns are full of pubs where they love drinking their favourite type of beer - Guinness. I tried some and i didnt like ...
... being responsible for the extra inches around your waistline, ha ha).
The show in the Curzon lounge tonight was a comedian in the shape of Stan Johns. He was OK I suppose, although his show was really dated; you know the type of thing – mother-in-law jokes and other jokes that would have had the PC brigade up in arms. He was mildly amusing, but his humour ...
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