|Fota Wildlife Center|
But one thing that was vastly different was the way they let kangaroos roam free, as well as the ring-tailed lemurs. Oh and they always have lots of meerkats in this area.
It rained for a while so we ducked into a tent where they were doing crafts and the girls made turtle puppets on popsicle sticks. Oh and Portia got to see lots of cheetahs, one of her very favorite animals. We spent the morning there and then took a short drive to Cobh (pronounced more like Cove).
Cobh is a pretty and sad little coastal village where both the Titanic and Lusitania sailed from. (It was once called Queenstown.)
|This statue broke my heart.|
We grabbed a quick bite at The Market Store. I had a bacon and chicken salad that was really quite good. Everyone kept eating Portia's french toast and she finally had enough of it. We didn't go into the Titanic museum but we did step out onto the port.
|The port at Cobh|
The city has this amazing cathedral (St. Colman's Cathedral) that is pretty much beautiful from every angle.
|St. Colman's Cathedral|
|St. Colman's Cathedral Cobh|
Doors of the Day
|Bianca was mocking me by choosing a painted on door for her "door" photo|
|Confessional doors at St. Colman's Cathedral|