Lest I bore you, I’ll try to make this my last post of pics for a while. That, however, is not a promise.
Ever feel like the black sheep?
I know this is kind of a strange picture, but the little red corolla was our transportation. We named it “Orla.”
I think a great title for this shot would be “People watching” (notice the ladies at the top of the photo).
Adrian and Ellen–our second couch-surfing hosts.
If you really want to get to know Irishmen, you must join them in the pubs. Because of certain school policies, I enjoyed lots of sparkling water and ginger ale, but no Guinness.
Jean, HJ, and Blotto on a morning walk along the sea
At the end of Jean’s penninsula stands this light-house
Then I went on a bike ride and tried to make sense of the road signs.
Nobody mentioned or even seemed to notice this old castle. I guess that shows how common and ordinary a castle can become when you live in a land filled with them.
On my bike ride I got to the top of a small mountain and it started snowing/sleeting. I waited about 5 minutes and it passed. Then, when I got to the valley, it rained for about 5 minutes and passed. The weather has been like this each day here, and I think it might be the norm. So, if it’s raining, wait and it’ll be sunny. If it’s sunny, wait and it’ll be rainy.
This is the 4th rainbow I’ve seen in the past 2 days
The last picture before the camera died.