Whitethorn Lodge B&B
TripAdvisor Reviews Whitethorn Lodge B&B Skibbereen
Travel Blogs from Skibbereen
... a free glass of beer, I think we may have finished just near his house so he could just walk on home – never mind, we didn‘t want to drink and drive anyway.
We drove on to our B&B in Skibbereen – oh, did I mention that we had to book new accommodation for the next night as our pre-planned one cancelled? I was gutted as it was the farm where we would have been able to go and help milk the cows …. and I always ...
... touching the glassy rim.
We turn a corner and two cars are driving towards us. There is no pull out so Elizabeth reverses. As she's reversing a bicyclist ambles by and she turns closer to the roads edge when thud! The front left end of the car has sunk. Elizabeth hits the gas, and the tire spins. Elizabeth, now panicked, reverses and goes no where. ****!
Chris and Elizabeth get out and see that our front left tire is in a pothole, a very large and deep ...
In the afternoon, we head to Cork. We're meeting Chris at his work to exchange the kids. He's taking them back home and finishing his work day there for me. Elizabeth has an appointment in downtown Cork for a tattoo. When we first started thinking about Ireland, Elizabeth wanted to get a tattoo in Ireland, and naturally she thought of the Celtic Trinity Knot, the knot that wraps around her wedding band, in honor of our 10th wedding anniversary.
... What I did was sort the last three months receipts: for July, August and September.
I also helped Iona sort the ins and outs for the buisness (Cambium) out the
items to add to excel. Based on the "ins" and "outs" for the month.
Later, I started to learn how to cook. By cutting and picking bazil from the garden. I learned tips to cut an onion safely and use the stove safely. Helped prepare a Barrito.
Other then that not much.
... in the kitchen during breakfast, doing dishes and cleaning and three days raking paths through the woods.
On the Sunday after we arrived, I thought I was out of action as my back was twisted in pain. Fortunately, I was able to move slowly and carefully Monday and am fine now. I have already asked Mrgalee to drive us to the bus stop on Friday so I don't have to carry the suitcase too far.
Magalee is French and says she always wanted ...