Sunday 28 May 2023

Fancy A Cruise Holiday To West Cork?


 Well it's not the Queen Mary which once sailed down the bay to Bantry in the nineteen fifties.  But I watched this beauty pass my Conservatory at 7 in the morning the other day.

The cruisers anchor and launches take them to town for "a nice cup of 🍵", souvenirs and a walk around and coaches take the tourists to Killarney.

It's good to see people visiting the part  of West Cork I call the Irish Riviera.



8 comments:

  1. Lucky people! What a beautiful spot to drop anchor.

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  2. It is on a nice day JayCee. Next stop for them was Galway. Thanks!

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  3. Lovely to view the cruise ship. I wouldn't mind a cruise to the Irish Riviers

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  4. Yes Linda. We live in a beautiful part of Ireland especially when the sun is shining like this week. You live in a Greek paradise in Poros.

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  5. I would love to visit but it would have to be during your warmest months and first I would need to win lotto.

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  6. That's good to know River Ireland is beautiful when it's not raining or blowing a gale. We are having exceptional weather at the moment. I'm having to water my plants twice a day.

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  7. I believe that boat is called "The Maid of Wigan" and that the favourite on-board activities are bingo and pinching stewards' arses.

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  8. Yes it starts when the passengers spot a pie on top of the townhall clock and it's "summat to ate". They serve Wigan kebabs. Three pies on a stick.

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