|This is a stock shot because it was foggy that day and my photos suck|
Day 10 found us crossing the border into North Wales,and driving through the incomparable landscapes of Snowdonia National Park on our way to Holyhead for the ferry crossing to Dublin, Ireland. The ferry ride is fuss-free and very relaxing. The entire bus is driven onto the ferry, and once parked, passengers are allowed to go up to the higher decks to have a snack and chill. I took the opportunity to hide and write. You can do a lot good writing in 3 hours. My fellow travelers dreaded the ferry ride but I looked forward to the free time.
|One of the mares ...|
|Outside the individual stalls...notice the flowers. They even have skylights!|
|These little guys are Falabellas. The Falabella is a rare Argentinian breed of miniature horse with only a few thousand existing worldwide. They are adorable.|
Day 13-Cliffs of Moher. Breathtaking, despite the mist...
The last Irish stop was the city of Waterford. We stayed at the lovely Granville Hotel where they served porridge with a healthy amount of Irish whiskey. For breakfast! A lot of us were nicely buzzed when we got on the bus to catch the ferry back to England.
|The Granville is tiny but very comfortable. Breakfast is a must!|
To be continued...