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... pour. It did not stop until we got closer to ballymarkeery. It was a bit scary as there was a detour onto a road that was not really suitible for high volume of traffic and rough terrain. We did not really relax until we stopped for tea at the same house we attempted to go to on route to Dingle. Then we went home.
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Last weekend we ventured to Killarney for a day trip. I can honestly say, when I envisioned Ireland, this was what I was picturing.
Killarney is a beautiful little town. The houses are all in a row and multicoloured. Little pubs were everywhere to be seen, and the weather acted very Irish (wet and cold, all day).
... Power Station looked impressive as we were doing around 6 knots passing it.
Glin Castle came next and them Labasheeda and Loughill.
At Foynes Island we had to get out of the way of a loaded ship with Alumina from Aughinish.
Its a busy Jetty with 2 ships tied up there most of the time.
Passing Aughinish was nostalgic and why wouldnt it be.
They were unloading a bauxite ship as were passing,the grab takes out 40 tons of bauxite at a time ...
... in Asia and what to expect from the rest of our hike. We later headed down to Hanafin's, a local pub recommended by Brian. We made new friends over a few pints of Guinness, chatting with several patrons about the history and economy of the region, Irish country music (we had no idea such a thing existed), and other recent hiking groups that had traveled through Annascaul. We felt slightly guilty about how little we know about ...
... 8220;I [heart] Dingle” t-shirts and leprechaun key chains, but for the most part the shops are ... what's the word I want? Artisanal, I think.
We were both very happy with our purchases and went to meet up with Michelle for lunch at An Cafe Liteartha (again, there should be some accents; and don't ask me to pronounce it), a bookshop in front with a cafe in back. I think we expected a little more than what was on offer, but what we did get was good. We all got toasted ham ...
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