Earlier on (last night, to be exact, which right now seems like days
ago) I posted a picture of one of my uncles, city councillor for Wexford Town in Ireland. Well, in lieu of anything else to do right now, I thought I'd hunt through Google and find some images of Wexford Town itself.This
is the quayside. Unfortunately, when this picture was taken they were obviously in the middle of digging up all the lovely old wooden walkways where the fishing boats would all be tied up so that they could build a new marina for tourists. I'm kind of sad about that, as I grew up being able to walk along those boardwalks, eating ice cream and looking at the boats.This
is how the Crescent Quay used to look, before they dug it all up. The statue in the centre is one Commedore John Barry.
If you were to go up this
street, and turn right at the top, then you'd soon come across where my cousin used to have his TV repair and video rental shop. I used to spend my afternoons there quite often, helping out my aunt with working behind the counter. And yes, an awful lot of the roads in Wexford are
that small. :)
I wanted to put in a picture of Curracloe beach as well, to show people how beautiful it is, but the only picture I could find labelled 'Curracloe' looked nothing like it. Ah well. You'll just have to take my word for it.