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Travel Blogs from Tralee
There are days where you kind of know what is going to happen.
I thought today was one of those days.
How wrong I was!!!
I kknew what was happening to begin with!
I was riding my bike back into town (sorest bum ever!), and then going on a tour to see a sociopathic dolphin.
It was quite amazing to see a dolphin that close in the wild!
But not quite as amazing as beginning a conversation with the people sitting next to me ...
... pour. It did not stop until we got closer to ballymarkeery. It was a bit scary as there was a detour onto a road that was not really suitible for high volume of traffic and rough terrain. We did not really relax until we stopped for tea at the same house we attempted to go to on route to Dingle. Then we went home.
I have some photos and pictures that will be posted. but am having difficulties uploading them and adding them as soon ...
... trouble with his iPad maps today.
Then on to Bunratty Castle for a quick visit. Cost Euro30 each to have a walk around so we gave it a miss, bit overpriced. Other castles in Ireland cost around Euro4 each. Linda had already been to Bunratty Castle for a Medieval Banquet back in 1983 (OMG 29 years ago). At just 26 years of age.......well that's another story for another time.
We then headed for Limerick and it was raining quite heavily ...
... a 3. Not that there was anything wrong with the place in Cork City; this place just goes above and beyond. The best thing however has been meeting some wonderful people!
I met two very lovely couples from Australia, who are on holiday in Ireland. One of the ladies had a few questions on the area and I managed to answer them all for her! I told her what I hoped to do for a living and she said I would make a great guide :).
I also met a ...
... took up. James is a member of 13 golf clubs in Australia, plus whatever he is a member of in the rest of the world. They are many and wide spread..
The drive to Ennis was pretty long and very wet and uncomfortable, but thankfully we went via the motorway through Limerick and the tunnel under the Shannon Estuary which shaved a bit off the time. Took us at least 15 minutes to find our hotel as there are many dead ends and one way streets surrounding ...