Sunday 22 October 2017

Couple's help represented very best of what Ireland has to offer

Rains washed away a section of main road in Quigley’s Point, Co Donegal. Photo: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters
Rains washed away a section of main road in Quigley’s Point, Co Donegal. Photo: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters
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Letters to the Editor

Seated in Dublin Airport, I reflect upon the past eight days spent in Ireland.

This land is beautiful to view. From coast, to mountain, to dell, it is a strikingly pleasing sight. The scenic beauty is outdone only by the genuine desire of the Irish people to ensure a pleasant stay.

Returning to Ballyliffin, Co Donegal, from our final round of golf at Portstewart on Tuesday evening, we rolled along in our coach, our driver Senan at the wheel, oblivious to the downpour taking place. An occasional acknowledgement - "Wow, it's really raining hard", or "Can you believe these puddles in the road?" was as much as we understood.

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