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Last weekend we ventured to Killarney for a day trip. I can honestly say, when I envisioned Ireland, this was what I was picturing.
Killarney is a beautiful little town. The houses are all in a row and multicoloured. Little pubs were everywhere to be seen, and the weather acted very Irish (wet and cold, all day).
... have been about a hundred kids standing in front. We waited until the students were gone. This was a dry stone structure, which means that there was no mortar used to hold the stones in place. It was in the shape of an upside down boat, because of the corbeled ceiling. It is supposed to have no leaks. Since it was raining and we were dry inside, it must still be working.
We stopped back at Inch Beach. The surfers ...
... coast spree
We hadn't heard of the town that was to take our hearts
And provide us through our trip with so many laughs
The name of it was...
Lisdoon, Lisdoon, Lisdoon, Lisdoonvarna!
First stop was Dublin at Peggy & Pat's
Then straight down to Bantry, County Cork, after that
It was here from where mum's grandfather hailed
Before to the land down under he did sail
A lovely time spent with so ...
... back to the hotel, but not too much. It was nice way to travel.
When I got back near the hotel, I grabbed a sandwich and a Coke from the Burger King two doors down. I then headed to Penneys to see what they had. Unfortunately, the store was moving and most of the women’s clothing have been moved already. So, I went across the street to have a cup if ice cream. The lady at the counter noticed a lady bug on my shoulder and took it outside ...
Picture this – 6 adults in a van, driving on the wrong
side of the road, trying to navigate through Ireland… I have to give credit to my
boyfriend’s oldest sister on her driving abilities. We stalled, hit curbs, slammed
brakes, but she never lost her cool and got us to where we needed to go, alive.
The road to the Peninsula was the worst. ...