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We had a crazy packed day today and we just got back to the hotel to drop our car off and catch a taxi back into town. Turns out, Wednesday night is the main music night of the week with traditional local music in all of the pubs! So, we're taxiing it to the pubs so we can drink and listen to music all night. I'll write more later, so for now, here are some highlighted pics from the day. AWESOME DAY! More to ...
... and drove past the Goatsbridge Trout farm. As Kilkenny are in the replay of the Hurling finals yellow and black chequered flags are hanging from every building, fence and sign post. Didn't stop in Kilkenny as parking was difficult and it was very busy. A lot to see there for tourists but not this time. Onto Thomastown stopping on the way to visit a glassblowing studio and shop. Had to drive through a flooded road at Thomastown and stopped ...
... it dry, but just as we are about to load the washing into the machine the lady comes out and tells us they are closing!! So a job for Goz tonight doing the washing by hand!! We head to a local pub and I have a local delicacy of Irish stew, very good, and Goz has Irish fish and chips.
One great thing is the wifi in our room here in Killarney, so a bit of a catch up on our blog and 2ZB tonight!! Now off to bed.....
... my baseball cap over the edge of the boat as a gust of wind had a mind to take me over the edge as well. By the end of the trip, the water was like a sheet of glass, and hardly a ripple interfering with the beautiful view of the Irish shore ahead.
At approximately 6:45 we had arrived at Rosslare on the southeastern shore of Ireland, and we made our way back down the stairs and boarded our bus. Carmel began to go over some the ...
... the little, obviously old, village of Castlelyons where my people are from!! And we have an Abbey!! So we took heaps of photos here and waved to the numerous John Deere tractors with full hay supplies in tow as they rumbled past.
From Castlelyons we set direction to Lismore, a beautiful (how many times can I use that word!) town with a lot of historical buildings including Lismore Castle which was huge from the front entrance and ...