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... cabins were also very cramped, about half the size of a single bedroom of today. They had actors come in and play Mrs White (a steerage passenger emmigrating with her husband and five children) and Mrs Donovan (a first class passenger, a shop owner travelling with her husband and two children to stay with her brother in America) both very good, but the tale of trouble that poor Mrs White told was very sad.
Afterwards we went ...
... Crystal ,instead of going to the house of crystal we spent our time at the Vikings Museum. From there onto Tramore our stop for the night which was enhanced by an optional Pub Night at a 300 year old pub, what a "Craic" that was.
The castle originally dates from before 1200, when a wooden structure was believed to have been built on the site, although no evidence remains of this. Around ...
Today I took the bus to Waterford and then onto Tramore to a campsite. My tent is back in use after 10 days!! I set up camp and them walked into the little area near the beach and read. When it got too cold, I moved into a little takeaway/restaurant and feeling guilty for ...
The trip to Tramore was very picturesque. Even going by the more impersonal motorway (which is a treat to drive on really), we had a lot of "guys, look over there" moments. We didn't stop in Youghal, where George and I had been 19 years ago for the wedding of Maggie and Jim. We did get a beautiful view of it as we drove by though! I just had to pull over the car where the road descends into Dungarvan. Breathtaking! And another blue sky with blazing sun. We've all ...
... bus however, I still had a sweet tooth to satisfy, so I ducked into a small market and debated between a chocolate bar and ice cream. I settled on a compromise by buying a box of four individually packaged Twix Ice Cream Bars. This definitely hit the spot and at 1pm we jumped back on the coach and sped off to Pembroke.
While on the bus, Carmel explained in the mic that she had in all her time spent in Tenby never, ever, ever, ever seen ...