Did R sample a Guiness in the morning? Advertising works. He grew rather fond of it.
Pretty. What bird is that?
An Irish wolfhound, the tallest dog in the world. It looks rather sad (hangdog?) but I hope it isn't.
The village was quite interesting.
His father had a dog on an Irish donkey and his father made of fortune from tourists of hundreds of thousands of pounds but lived in poverty. Why is the son doing it? Maybe he enjoys it or maybe unpaid and death taxes took the fortune.
Pretty spot, for sure, for sure.
Beautiful scenery left right and centre.
We stopped for about half an hour to see a sheep dog demonstration which was brilliant. There were three or four breeds of sheep, one Irish bred and the dogs brought them up close and despatched them with a minimum of fuss.
There is sand, but you have to get to it first.
What is a statue of Charlie Chaplin (better link him as my flock of young readers won't know who he is) doing in Waterville, County Kerry, Ireland? He used to like to holiday in this rather attractive Irish seaside town.
Sorry, no speaka da Gaelic.