One of the other things we did was a Seafari trip in the bay of Kenmare. Recommended if you ever get to that area as it was fun and we got to see seals very close by. Apart from that – they served an orange lollipop and tea the milky way with biscuits on board – so what more do you want.
And of course there are sheep in Ireland. I was prepared for that. I wasn’t prepared for the fact that there were Love, Actually sheep around. But there were, as you can see – marked with a beautifull colour red.
I have sorted out my Ireland photos and if you are interested, you can find 36 of them in the Ireland gallery.
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Okay it’s time for some seal-jokes!
Where do seals go to see movies?
– The dive-in!
Why do seals swim in salt water?
– Because pepper water makes them sneeze!
What did the seal say when it swam into a concrete wall?
And then something for the sheep among us:
To your breed, your fleece, your clan be true.
Sheep be true.
Have a sheepish(?) weekend…
Of course you know that the red marks mean those sheep have had sex, don’t you?
@ grigorisgirl : That must have been ‘sheep sex’ :-)
@grigorisgirl/@Pedro – I could have known we ended here :) Well it’s not only red marks, they also had blue and green sheep. And if those sheep had sex – at least I hope there was some love involved, actually.
While I was in Ireland there was an item on the news where two blue sheep had been figthing resulting in them both being completely blue, all over. Very funny to see!
We were just wondering how easy those colours are to be washed out, seeing as they sell the wool!