Ireland is an island, detached from Europe, with nothing between
her western coast and America but water. The merciless Atlantic
has moulded the West coast into a myriad of inlets and bays, which
are both a haven for fishing boats in bad weather and a joy for leisure
sailing. With possibly the lowest ratio of people per. Km., privacy
is never a problem and with the local pub just a short distance away,
the opposite is also true. Slán agus Beannacht.(Goodbye and Blessings on you.)