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Travel Blogs from Youghal
Monday: …yay for food shopping!
Tuesday: Happy Valentine's day! I treated myself and went to the chocolate .A dog followed me to class and actually game into the classroom and hung out with us! I thought we were going to get in trouble but the only thing the professor did was stop talking, came over and pet the dog, and then continued the lecture J
Wednesday: Exploring through the city.
Thursday: Movie night with ...
... We got off the bus and stumbled upon a map of the highlights of Youghal.
We decided to do the Wall Walk, but came across St. Mary's Church and Gardens (http://www.youghal.cork.anglican.org/) . It was built in 1200 and was a massive beautiful church.
We kept walking up little back roads and up path of stairs that led us to the Wall Walk where we could overlook the harbor, the ...
... large kitchen of the campgrounds. It was ideal site for preparing our fresh salmon for dinner. What joy there was on his face and to hear him recount the details of how it all happened. Kenneth his guide had been able to give him just the right guidance on bait and location. Ken was rather excited about it as well and J ended up giving 2 ½ of the fish to him for his family since we didn’t have a means to keep more than what we would eat ...
... We stopped at the Coachouse for lunch. It was really good! Everyone loved there meal. Across the street was a little pub called The Nook. We went there for some Irish coffee before we left for Ardmore.
We then took the bus to Ardmore. It was only a 20 minute ride but very picturesque. We decided to go on the 3 mile Ardmore Cliff Walk. It was absolutely ...
... an airport 2 hours away and was taking the bus to Cork.
She finally made it over and as a Christmas gift helped me get some cool stuff for my apartment, so it looks like super Indie loft amazingness. I'll post pics as soon as I get a decent internet connection, and I'll write again soon. Those of you who are fbook friends with Sarah can check out her recent letter on the Irish language as well.
Talk again soon!