Black and White pudding side by side for breakfast.
I did try a small mouthful of the former, but I did not enjoy.
Prof. Tim Noakes will be happy about the butter,
less so about the bread!
But the Irish do GREAT carbs.
A Dublin street light
From the Dublin skyline...
Not I only need to see Mary Poppins
And YES, those are my legs reflected in the glass.
This motorist asked me to take her picture,
so I obliged.
From the Music Makers museum.
A typical Irish landscape
Barrtra Seafood Restaurant, Lahinch
I watched the sun disappear into the Atlantic Ocean while enjoying dinner here.
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The beginning of my Cliffs of Mohr walk
Jack, the donkey...
Not sure if these horses had names.
If you got 'em,
A brightly coloured gift shop in Doolin
Harry Secombe is ALIVE.
I found him at the Roadside Tavern.
I got to see Doolin Caves and this mighty stalactite on the second attempt.
The first was thwarted by a power failure
Heather burning as seen from the Loophead Lighthouse
Many of these have been quaffed so far on our trip.
This particular pint was destined for a table in Finnegan's Wine Cellar in Tralee
I got to experience some Irish culture at the theatre.
Tralee boasts the purpose built National Folk Theatre.
We will be seeing a LOT more of Kevin in the final few days of our tour.
He has been a great driver and an interesting chap to spend time with.
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