This is the view of the Ballinahinch river from their hotel in Ballinahinch on the second night of their tour with me. This is a beautiful, and most peaceful place to stay, and a wonderful choice if you happen to like your fishing. An Irish salmon would be the icing on the cake for any fisherman, and Bob is such.
One of the jewels in the crown for Connemara is the beautiful Kylemore Abbey, set in the heart of the mountains known as the Twelve Pins, or Bens.
Here we have Tom and Kathy, obviously enjoying as snack at the Medieval banquet in Dun Guaire Castle in Kinvara.
The wonderful cathedral in Galway city was another memorable visit on their tour, and here we have Joanne, lighting a candle before the altar.
" Go Patriots Go" was the battlecry through the streets of Killarney as i made my way around during our stay there. Of course i am not sure if the shirt would look as well on everybody, but i think it suits me fine.
Another nice pic of Joanne, Tom, and Kathy, enjoying a siesta in Il Vicolo restaurant at the Bridge Mills in Galway city, with the river Corrib in the background.
Joanne, pictured at the famous Spanish Arch in Galway City, one of the remaining sections of the old Galway city wall which encircled this Anglo Norman town. Where Joanne is standing was actually on the inside of the wall.
Pictured on their way through the Gap of Dunloe in their jaunting car, and they told me that they had to walk, all the way!!!!!? That car looks pretty full to me.
OK ...they did walk a little bit.Joanne also.
Looks like it took its toll?
Someone got back in the car? I wonder who.
OHHH yes....Tom and Kathy.
More to follow later.