Ireland is currently experiencing the hottest summer they’ve had in 15 years. It’s been near 80 degrees since we got here–definitely warm by Seattle standards, and unheard of by Irish standards. We decided to take advantage of the sunshine today and skip out on our responsibilities (i.e. setting up utilities and looking for a car) so we could go to the beach. Seems reasonable to me.
The lady who owns the house we’re staying in recommended place called Inchydoney Beach. It’s about an hour outside if Cork in the west side of the county on the Atlantic Ocean. Driving up to the beach was breathtaking!
Seeing as every Irish person went to the beach today, it was quite busy at the beach. We snagged the last empty parking space and walked down to the sand.
After we dropped off our stuff, it was time to play! This was the first time 75% of our family had been in the Atlantic Ocean.
David had fun playing in the waves.
Beautiful place, beautiful day, beautiful boys.
On our way back to Cork we drove through some cute little towns…
…and almost got run off the road by this tractor:
Until later, friends!