Tralee Central Hotel
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It's water park day. 90 minutes north west is the town of Tralee, which boasts an indoor water park that the boys have been eagerly anticipating. The boys are so excited. They've been wanting to do this since we arrived. They have their swimsuits on before Elizabeth even has her coffee. Turns out to be a good day indoors. Rain pelts the car on the way to Tralee without a break. The sky is murky and the wind blows the rain across the highway. Aquadome ...
... most of the day, some drizzle and we even got hailed on! Monday (10th) we decided to go hiking for the next 4 days along the well promoted North Kerry way. We set off after breakfast in the glorious sunshine Ireland was putting on for us, after you came out of town we walked along a canal for quite a while then along the coastline, the wind was picking up taking away the warmth from the sun. We came into a town and followed ...
... food? Afterwards we are going to Siopa Ceoil a music shop and coffee bar for a concert by local musicians and once that is over we'll be ready for more music at the pubs. Tomorrow is a 15 mile walk to Dunquin which will take us along the bay and beaches.
Five more days of walking, exploring and hopefully not getting too lost!
Patrick has been posting lots great photos on his part of the blog, check them out.
... Jem and I went down the road to the ice creamery! After trying every flavour and finally choosing our scoops, we enjoyed our delicious ice cream and girl time and then rejoined the others. We then did a bit of bar hopping trying to find some “fiddle dee dee music” (as Adam liked to call it). There was live Irish music everywhere and we had a great time listening to it until it was time for farewells once ...
... Eve versus Christmas Day. They always dine at about midday Christmas Day, never Christmas Eve. Christmas Day is the holiday, though they may attend Mass on Christmas Eve. Christmas Day dinner includes roast beef, turkey, and ham as the main dishes, and most families have the same side dishes (or so my host family informed me) of roasted and mashed potatos, roasted and mashed carrots and parsnips, mushy peas (surprisingly good), stuffing, brussels ...