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... below and as we eat we watch scuba divers bob up and down in the small inlet.
We walk around the cliffs after lunch and discover why it's called Bridges of Ross, well at least the bridge part. Over the eons the water has carved a hole through the rock, creating a land bridge. It's beautiful! The boys are fascinated and run back and forth across the land bridge. The water below is crystal clear and you can see seaweed floating in the gentle waves. The ground is not ...
The Monday my family was here, we left Dublin and took a paddywagon tour with all of our luggage to Cliffs of Moher and then transferred onto the the bus that was going back to Cork. That was also another early morning. On the way we stopped at a castle, that happened to be closed, but we could go up to it and walk around it. It sat on the atlantic ocean, but the water was so low that there was barely any water left and just the ...
Rich was out early for an 8:30 tee time. He shot an 88 and had fun talking with the caddy.I slept in, still not completely adapted to the time differences. Our friend who is a member here arranged for us to have a guest pass to the members areas. So we had a very yummy lunch in the members lounge. I had a "toastie" which is an Irish toasted sandwich made of ham or turkey with cheese, onion and tomato....delish! Rich had the ...
Hi again, Paul here. Diane is currently soaking in the big red claw foot bath tub that is filled with bubbles!
We knew that today was going to be a long day. We set the alarm for 5:15 AM and we were out of the door at 6:30. Our plans for the day included going to the Cliffs of Moher and attending the Flead Nua in Ennis. While we've been based out of the east coast up to this point, today meant a trip to the west coast and a completely different type of landscape.
Today we drove to the town of Doolin in County Clare. To save time we used the car ferry (which in the Irish accent sounded like “carvery” and had me a bit confused for a minute), but basically it saved us a good three hours of extra driving by just popping across the inlet instead of driving around the coast!
Arriving in the little coastal town of Doolin we were immersed in the feel of another charismatic Irish town. ...