Roma and I headed to South Wexford for much of Sunday and decided on lunch at Kilmore Quay. In glorious subshine we walked around the harbour which was packed with holiday-makers. There was a very clear view over to the Saltee Islands, and we also explored the Memorial Garden to those lost at sea. So many names.
We had lunch at the Silver Fox restaurant - pricey, but delicious seafood. We stopped at Our Lady's Island on the way home. This is a place of pilgrimmage in the Diocese of Ferns that I always remember being mentioned at Mass growing up in Carnew. We also took a short spin down to the end of Rosslare Strand - not terribly exciting, but there are some smashing looking holiday homes down there.
|With Roma at Kilmore Quay, with Saltee Islands in background.|
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