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Our breakfast served by Betty was very nice including home-cooked scones, pancakes, porridge and smoked salmon. It rained a bit as we left the B&B but it soon cleared up leaving good driving conditions for the drive to Blarney Castle.
The kids were unsure about seeing another castle and kissing the Blarney Stone but by the end of the …
So we set off a bit late setting off and ended up rushing to the ferry, but we made it! Phew....The crossing was really calm and the sun was shining. The free wifi helped with making it a little less boring and some good old swedish rummy finished the job. We arrived in Rosslare and parked straight up next to the beach to the the booge go for a …
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While there, we accidently made the acquaintance of a policeman who explained the Irish parking policy. In most towns, you park, find the ticket stand, pay for parking (usually one Euro for one hour), then display the ticket in your window. We were lucky in New Ross as we didn't know this and managed not to get a ticket. We spent some time talking politics with him.
We headed out to the ...
Started the day with fantastic news about Josie's school results by a lovely phone call. Well done Josie! Also spoke to Kate and Ian, then Daniel, Kristy, Chloe and Leo. Foggy in Killarney this morning. Heading East . Many commercial pine forests; now in County Cork. Drove through small villages whose Main Street could only fit our coach. The two storey buildings were close to the road as they had no footpath. One village had a " Lourdes grotto" in its centre, Dripsey: ...
... all electric and automated with multiple back-up systems.
Although we’ve watched videos and seen plenty of photos, we were still surprised to witness the 10-foot tides. Fishermen just tie up their boats and let them sit on the silt, waiting for the tide to return. Interestingly these tides create a 2-mph. current on which Stone Age hunter-gathers could float for miles up or ...