S: Finnigan's Way Through Ireland
FC: Finnigan's Way Thru Ireland September 2011
1: The Magic Of Ireland September 2011 Dublin, Doolin Dingle Belfast with its fecking ways The scenic coastal highways The one lane backroads. The music in the pubs The eggs for Irish Breakfasts St Kevin's Abbey tucked away The solid Rock of Cashel The wonders on the Giant's Causeway So much to Behold.
5: Kircubbin is where the Finnigan's came from. There was no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow , but there was a good Samaritan to help with a flat tire.
6: The Murals of Belfast
7: The Troubles left their mark on Belfast.The Peace wall separates the Catholics (Falls Road)from the Protestants in Shankill Road.
11: The Burren, quite literally the rocky place. A surveyor in 1650 described it as a savage land yielding neither water to drown a man,nor a tree to hang him nor soil enough to bury him.
13: Killarney Park
18: Powerscourt Garden and Waterfall... The last magnificent Victorian garden