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Having a Gale of a time – Wild Atlantic Way 3

Well, what a gale of a time we’ve had over the past couple of weeks. No, that’s not a typo, the gales and winds have dominated much of our activity recently.  We’ve spent quite a few nights tucked away hiding from 40 and 50 mile an hour gusts, and when the tail of Hurricane Lorenzo was coming over Ireland the gusts were over 70 miles an hour. In a house,  high winds don’t usually have more much more impact than an occasional rattle on the windows, but in a motorhome, […]

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Wild Atlantic Way – Cork to Dingle

Ireland – they call it the Emerald Isle because everywhere is so green. It’s no wonder it’s so green, they have so much bloody rain! And when it’s not raining, there’s gale force winds to dry everything out. I‘m sure it’s not always like this, but that’s certainly been our experience over the past two weeks, although it’s fair to say the weather hasn’t spoiled our enjoyment of this beautiful place. It really is green, it really is lush and it really is a fantastic place to travel around.  In […]

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Ireland – The Wild Atlantic Way

The astute reader of the HappiHalls blog may have noticed that we haven’t posted a blog post for sometime, and wondered if maybe we’d given up our life on the road. Well….just to be clear, no, and there’s little chance of that happening in the foreseeable future! Since returning from France and the Netherlands in the spring, our summer has been spent with our families, with most of us our time getting Phil’s mum and dad’s home downsized, and then moved up to Lincolnshire. (We could have done without Phil’s […]

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