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TripAdvisor Reviews Tara Hotel Killybegs
Travel Blogs from Killybegs
... that have your stomach moving pretty regularly. Few shots along the way. No selfies because Lee's in charge of the iPad as I drive and it's the equivalent of being put on 'silence'. Down to Galway tomorrow, a 2 hour journey that we turn into four and half because again we take quite a scenic route. Our B'nB sounds very nice. It's described as a thatched roof cottage so we'll put it to the test. Anyway have a couple of little jobs so I should go.
... a big place and we probably tripled the distance between Derry and County Sligo (some unkindly may say the difference between Derry and here can't be measured!) but the extra effort is well worth the effort. There aren't lots of photos because the awesome views were there all the time and we almost become a little blasť about them. Plus we're not big photo takers really (although I'm becoming the king of selfies-Lee even threatened me with a selfie stick!).
We set off ...
... a castle with nothing else around it..owned by the Government now. We stopped at Belleek Pottery, I had never heard of it but after a quite tour I was soon an expert on it.. It is very beautiful and hand made and so delicate..I didn't buy anything as I am just not into that . Last stop for the day was Yeates grave...so got a photo and back on the bus for the short drive to Sligo our home for the night...... The hotel is quite old but very good, the bar was excellent ...
... The day the van was being repaired we spent the whole day in the library at Stranraer, as we had exhausted all the points of interest around the town. It was ok to just spend the day surfing the Internet, checking emails, doing banking etc. We ended up getting the head gasket changed, without needing any further work on the heads themselves, a full service for the van as well as getting the timing belt changed, all for £730. So the car was good as new (we hope) & we ...
... d thought! I find a car park near the end of the road. From here there's another couple of kilometres of road but there's a gate to be opened and shut, so I decide not to bother and that I'll walk from here. It turns out to be a very good decision later on.
The road finally comes to a dead end at another car park called Bunglass. It's a fine viewpoint for the cliffs, which are big, certainly, but not sheer. The other good viewpoint is from the sea below, where there ...