#CancerRoadTrip: Ireland

October 13, 2017 at 5:24 am  •  0 Comments

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Have you ever just had enough and wanted to say the heck with it all?

I did.

I sold my house and I’m #HomelessWithCancer but having the adventure of a lifetime. Follow the adventure at CancerRoadTrip.com

This month’s foray was to Ireland. 

Click here to read more. And here are some pictures from my Irish foray:

The Irish countryside is stunning. This is a landscape on the way to the Beara Peninsula.

The town of Kenmare where a European award winning chowder was cooked for me and the other bloggers in the group…Not totally anti-cancer, but YUM!

Irish whiskey is a varied and sophisticated drink. This store in Dublin offered somewhere in the vicinity of 700+ Irish whiskeys.

Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland. This is the walkway that so caught my attention and imagination.

Reflections in a storefront window in Dublin. If you look closely, you can also find some mighty tempting pastries! (I did not do the gratuitous sugar–over all, I stayed on an anticancer diet for most of my trip.)

These Georgian buildings, believe it or not, lead to Dublin castle. It takes a few courtyards before the remnants of the castle appear!

At last! Dublin Castle flanked by lots of Georgian architecture!

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