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Oct 6: Leaving Ireland

We were up early and off to the airport for 6:30 am. Checking our bag was a breeze, as was security. Actually finding the Westjet counter, on the other hand, took a little time but thanks to a couple of employees in the security area, we were able to locate them and drop off our luggage. 333 more words


Patrick Quinn Becomes Certified Commercial Animal Control Professional

Patrick Quinn from Rat Busters in Boca Raton, Florida becomes a certified commercial animal control professional. He has recently passed the exam given by the Florida State Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and is now certified as a commercial wildlife management specialist. 71 more words

Oct 4: Ring of Kerry

This was by far the most comfortable bed I have slept in at all of the AirBnB’s we’ve been in thus far in Ireland. The mattress was so comfy and those pillows – oh my – were so soft and fluffy and the sheets… so soft I’m sure the thread count was in the millions! 814 more words


Oct 5: Cobh, Rock of Cashel, Dublin

Our last day and night in Ireland found us in the picturesque seaport town of Cobh,
Co. Cork.

Cobh (pronounced Cove and also once known as Queenstown and Cove) is a picturesque town full of colourful shops and restaurants but it is well known as the departing port for 2.5 million of the 6 million Irish emigrants who left for North America between 1848 and 1950. 1,096 more words


Oct 3: Quin Abbey to Killarney

We woke up this morning and were pleasantly surprised with our surroundings. We knew we were in the country but the landscaping around the house was lovely with a few small sitting areas scattered around the backyard and beautiful flower gardens with roses and other flowers in full bloom. 1,170 more words