The Twelve Hotel
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So the thing about Ireland is that it consists of beautiful green countryside, sheep and cows, and lots of local history at every ruined castle and monetary. The problem with touring here, however, is the repetition. The last few days have been a fantastic reunion with family, but as for the sights, they are honestly a bit disappointing. Here is …
... out and meets eachother. It's almost addicting meeting more and more people finding out more things about everyone. Everyone has a different story and you really learn a lot if you give someone the time. You really become little families. I'm realizing so much about myself too and am getting more and more used to everything. There's so many great people out there and it really makes the places that much more special. Not a lot of people get the chance to travel ...
... attraction and viewpoint. From here on a clear day the views go from Loop Head at the mouth of the Shannon, with Kerry beyond in the south, and to the Maum Turk mountains of Connemara in the north, five counties in all. Quite breathtaking.
Then in the afternoon we booked ourselves on the 3pm boat trip, but the wind got up and the sun disappeared. Boy was it ever rough. Lesley, filled with ...
... The track is still being built so after a hour of walking it suddenly turned into muddy muck in a farmer's paddock. We decided rather than battling through we would instead turn back and walk along the road. It had also started to rain. Got to the pub for lunch just before a bus load of Americans came in and were literally shouting their orders out to the staff "I'LL HAVE 3 DIET COKES, DO WE PAY HERE?" so much so that we decided to move to another spot. We left ...
I'm back at the request of my fans -- well, one of them anyway.
I was too tired to write a blog yesterday as by the time we had dinner it was becoming quite late. Right now my tour director (She who must be obeyed -- as Rumpole would say) is planning tomorrow's adventure. So to catch you up on where we have been and what we have seen, here goes:
Yesterday we left Westport Quay and travelled south to Barna (just ten minutes west ...