Inisrath House - Lake Isle Retreats
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So we have been very lousy with writing here. But we found an awesome family we are staying with for some time now. We help them out in the garden and some other things around the house. We love it here! We have a donkey! And a pony! (I went to the open field couple of days ago and I had only two apples with me. So I got to the pony and the donkey and gave them those apples. Then started going back and ...
... out of the car I noticed water dripping from the car. We traced it to the overflow tank of the coolant. Tracing the drip back down the road we had just driven down we found that it had only just started a 100 mt from where we had parked. A lady told Mark about a good mechanic around the corner from where we had stopped. So, we took the van to him, & found out that the head gasket had only just blown, & that it was unlikely the heads themselves had been damaged. Of course, ...
... we drove past a Go Karting place, so we called in on the off chance that they had a session available. We were in luck, so 15 minutes later we were suited up in some very fancy racing attire and watching the instructional video. Then we were out on the track …. three …. two ….. one ….. now take off slowly kids, making sure no one is behind you and ….. oh man, there goes your crazy father, please ...
... br> between two trees, one to walk on and one to hang on to. Then it was across the swinging wooden steps just holding a rope that hung down from a wire – this was the one where drama queen was having a bit of a freak out earlier. Then we had to zipline to the next tree …. except there seemed to be a bit of a hold up ahead.
We waited for a while, as there are only to be three on a landing at a time but as it was a bit hard to see after a while I ...
There is a very pretty little boat harbour at Mullaghmore. This is the village where Lord Louis Mountbatten used to live and the bay is where he was murdered when his boat was blown up by the IRA in 1979. It all seems so peaceful now:
The mountains we have been skirting around are really pretty with their high bluffs, L will include some photos of them when she loads this episode, hopfully!!! W B Yeats is said to have been inspired by ...