• Mike Cotter

What a wonderful weekend on The Wild Atlantic Way

16 of us (10 choir members and 6 of our fellow walkers and supporters) went to Doolin in the West of Ireland last week for four days which included some fantastic walks with our great friend and guide Bernard Delaney.

On the Saturday some people also took a trip to Galway which we are told was a superb day whilst the others sailed to the Arran Isles in wonderful weather and also had the experience of seeing Dusty The Dolphin at Inis Oirr pier.

The entire Irish experience was wonderful...the weather was superb, the Atlantic View B&B with hosts Eileen and Kevin was nothing short of superb also, the walks were great, the food was excellent, the Irish music was brilliant, the minibus services both in the UK and in Ireland were excellent...Oh forgot to mention, the Guinness was good too.... and I could go anything or anyone which I have not mentioned, thank you for making our trip so wonderful !!

What more can I say but thanks to everyone who went and made it such a memorable trip ...Thank You All !!!

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