Before I get started. No I haven’t been doing crack in Ireland. The term craic is used in Ireland to say something was enjoyable. So for example when I say “All the food I have been having in Ireland is good craic” that means it was really enjoyable.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 2 weeks since I landed on Ireland’s shore’s. In my last post “My Blogtastic Ireland Travel Plans” I discussed how my trip to Ireland was not going to be my conventional low budget street food eating, hostel dorm room sharing, backpacking experience that I am usually accustomed to. I have had catered and restaurant lunches for 90% of my meals here in Ireland and while my wallet may be giving me a perpetual sad face, my taste buds and stomach are definitely giving me a high five.
This week I would like to share with you some of the amazing “fancy” dishes I have been gorging myself on in the past week. As I have been eating ALOT of food I have decided to break it up into two parts. This week it’s all about the seafood
On the first day of my trip around the Wild Atlantic Way West with Failte Ireland we got to stop off at the Mulranny Park Hotel in Mulranny for a delicious sample of the local seafood. First on the list was oysters, Having never tried oysters before I was curious on what lay in store for me.
Thenext round of seafood was at Zetland Country House Hotel in Connemara, where along with some whisky tasting we got to sample some scrumptious local seafood from the Connemara region.
My last seafood stop was at the Twelve Hotel, in Barna, where among other things we got to sample more seafood.
I don’t think i’ve ever eaten so much seafood in my life, and that’s coming from an Australian, we live off the stuff. It’s going to be really hard to go back to my cheap budget street food eating way’s after having sampled such fine seafood here in Ireland.
Stay tuned for next week where I will be talking about all the other mouthwatering meals I have been having in Ireland, Including the many many Irish breakfasts.
I still have 4 day’s left in Ireland, Is there anything that I HAVE to try before I leave?