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... Fishy is a highly regarded restaurant specializing in fresh seafood right off the boats in the harbor. We shared a Jameson-flavored lobster bisque, and then Viv had haddock while Tom had Fishy Fish Pie, a whitefish, salmon and shellfish dish cooked in a cream sauce topped with herb breadcrumbs. It was all delicious. We window-shopped a little longer in town but the rain started coming down even harder. We decided we would come back and try some of the fun shops again in the ...
... in showing me around and explaining how things worked.It was very impressive with so many mod cons.He had everything duplicated and expense was not spared.
The most spectacular thing was that he had a camera installed on top of the mast for security reasons and the picture could be seen on his 40in screen.
The rolling furling was motorised as well as the all the winches.The main sail ...
We were rockin' and rollin’ last night from midnight to 6am but we arrived right on time in Cobh, the sea port town serving Cork and Southern Ireland. The rough seas really didn’t bother us that much during the night, though; fortunately, neither of us is prone to sea sickness
Cork is the second largest city in the republic of Ireland with a population of about 150,000. We were hoping for ...
... session. The sessions start up around 9:00 PM, so our timing was just right. We ended up in a pub called Kitty O’Se’s (Pronounced O’Shea’s). The musicians were all younger and they were playing more “modern” tunes. The Bodhrain player was really good and his drum sounded amazing. While they were on a break, I asked him a few questions about the drum and told him that I have been playing for about a year. He immediately offered me ...
... restaraunt together in the city. It was a nice little Italian restaraunt and we each got personal pizzas that were HUGE. At the restaraunt we sat with Elaina and Rosia, who are one of our trip coordinator's daughters. Felt just like home again with the little cousins :) After we ate we tried to find our way through the city to a pub where the Student's Union was having a social for the International students. We got lost a couple times, ...
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