A group of people pictured on Patrick’s Street last December
Sunset over Garretstown last year.
A beached whale on Garretstown Beach last November.
A notice which is being read by the man in the foreground reads that this is a female long finned pilot whale and asks that people do not remove or bury it as it is required by researchers.
I was reluctant to post this picture in the past 2 months but after what happened in London when a whale died it spurred me to find this photo again.
Down in Oysterhaven of course!
A small dingy on the beach at Oysterhaven.
Oysterhaven, Roberts cove, Cork? Where?
We went for a lovely lunch in Oz Haven in Oysterhaven yesterday afternoon. Wow, what a meal!
I started with Clonakilty black and white pudding flavoured with exotic spices, a steak for the main course, and a delicious chocolate cake with orange sauce for dessert. I’m getting hungry again just thinking about it!
Paul Greer and his staff are great and I heartily recommend a visit here! Sunday lunch is around 26 Euro per person which is very reasonable considering the quality of the food. Ring them on 021 477 0974 and book a table now!
(No, I’m not being paid for this, but Paul’s a great host and we enjoyed our meal!)
Rush-hour traffic in Cork is as bad as in any other city. I went the other way and took the back road to Blarney.
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