Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
I think I'll turn right.
Overwhelmed by signs you can really loose your track here.
...life is filled with them.
We have a saying here, "Through the trees not seeing the forest anymore".....
Aqui não à falta de informação.Um abraço, continuação de boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
I love these signs! Not long ago I post a photo of signs like these at a beach.
Looks like a busy place.
To save some money and hard work making all those signs they could have made just 2: "wherever you want to go ⬅" "dead end ➡"
I would have chosen the castle hotel... impressive name. ☺☺
It is clearly a very popular spot for tourists with so many B&B's!
Hi Bill. Choice enough where you want.Thank you Bill for your nice words on my blog.Groettie from Patricia.
A few of the places sound fascinating, Bill! Love this!
In this case one can't go in the wrong direction...
Lots of options here and you can even ride a bike if you so desire. Glad that Ophelia left you alone for the most part. I hate those storms!
No shortage of options!
So many choices there!
Oh that's a hard choice Bill.. I would be tres tempted to head for Dolphin Beach Country House :)
I suppose one can use this to decide where to take a stop over.
Too many decisions to make! ;-)
You really need some time to read them all!
The options are endless...
Good that I can "understand" most of them. More difficult when I don´t understand the language. Like in Greece, Russia etc.
It's a busy corner with signs. You'd have to stop walking to read the signs.
Dúvidas... as aventuras habitam o caminho. Saudações brasileiras.
Hah! I think I may have a photo of this very sign! I spent a whole day lost while driving around in the Clifden region. Impossible to take in all that information while driving.
Mooi gevonden Bill, mare welke kant gaan we nu op ?Groetjes kees.
Wow! That's a lot of choices ...All the best Jan