The Carraig Hotel
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... my bag and then made my way to the chemist, which is the inly place in town that sells cameras. (Well at least they have one place) the selection was not wide but the prices were reasonable so I brought myself a Nikon Cool pix. Hope it takes good photo's. And the sales lady was lovely, i told her how I lost my camera, she felt so bad for me she took my details as well, just in case. Once I'd made my purchases, it was to early for dinner so I found a pub and had myself a well earned ...
... few quiet drinks arriving home around 12. Today Saturday,after a great breakfast we headed off to Cashel,where the famous castle(rock of Cashel ) is and the first Guinness beer was made. After exploring the very ancient castle we went on a horse and cart tour around town with Mick a local who knew everybody and everything about Cashel.,what a ...
... There was an amusement type set up, and on my way back to the hotel I strolled through the rides and attractions.
Once back in my room, I was pleased to find that wifi was free and available in my room. I spent some time finishing my blog and the posting the pictures on facebook and the travelpod site. Tomorrow our day would be spent traveling to the city of Cork, going to the Blarney Castle, and then onto Killarney. Should be an interesting ...
... Makes you think of the human suffering of war and political power. Either laugh or mourn. So disturbing how religion has been basis of so many wars and deaths throughout history and is continuing today. There were mixed feelings about this excursion. Jim and most tour mates enjoyed it as it gave a variety of acts but I would rather have seen a real Irish River Dance performance. But as Jim said, you would have had to buy dinner ...
... Wales was instrumental in the industrial revolution due to its coal and iron ore for steel. No coal mines are left in Wales. It is cheaper to get from Australia which strip mines. They get oil and gas from Venezuela. We had lunch at the cafe associated with the Pembroke Castle which is from the 1400s and had a wing used by Henry VI. Then we took a four hour ferry to Ireland. You ride the bus on and off the ferry. Coffee, ...