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... we couldn't have our usual tapas, but one of the entrees was the Kerry lamb and couscous that I love so much, so I was happy. The concert kicked off at 9pm with a very nervous, very awkward singer/ songwriter who was just not very good. Then the main act came on - another singer songwriter who was also not very good! We already knew we were going to leave early because we had Robert coming down early the next morning to pick up all of our junk, but we didn't feel like we were missing ...
... could change into their bathing costumes to take a dip. One of the changing room huts is sort of recently gone, but another still exists, kind of tucked around the corner.
We had planned to go into the nearby village of Sneem for dinner, so we checked for recommendations at the front desk and were given a couple of options. After a quick Tripadvisor search we decided on D. O'Shea's pub. Well, it was only just okay. The service was abrupt - she kept putting stuff on the ...
... will be required to work all of that off!
Saturday 8/8: Rather than eat the expensive hotel breakfast Dennis and I walked into the old town to find coffee and a bite to eat. The town was packed with a big farmers market with the most gorgeous abundance of fruits and veggies, breads, meats, and cheeses. The people here would fit right into Santa Monica; they are very boho, trendy dressing, even the little kids. It's very evident it is a wealthy community. It is also very ...
... and soon we had ditched our rain jackets. About 1/3 of the way through the hike the threesome of Germans walking in their skinny jeans and flats had turned back and we were soon to discover why. At this point, the trail turned from a gravel road to a boggy mini-creek. While the grown-ups attempted to navigate around the deep patches of mud (with limited success) the kids smartly embraced the experience by rolling up their pant legs and gleefully stomping through ...
... We stopped in at Curran's bar. A nice little pub that also sold shirts, hats and boots.
Portmagee was the next port of call. So that's where we headed. The weather had been sunny until this point. Ireland decided to show us what summer in Ireland is all about. A misty rain with plenty of wind. On the way we stopped at Killorglin for lunch at a delightful little bakery we happened upon called Jack's. So many tasty, tasty treats to be ...