Creeslough, co. Donegal
Hopefully the tourist trade was good for business.God bless.
Yes , I hope they contribute to the town and commerce financial status in a good way.
Um porto bem frequentado e com movimento.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
OMG, so many people in town, it seems all cities in Europe are flooded with tourists nowadays.
Got to keep the tourist ¸¸♬·¯·♩¸¸♪·¯·♫¸¸Happy¸¸♬·¯·♩¸¸♪·¯·♫¸¸.
...this reminds me of the Adirondacks Mountains, soon there will be more visitors than residents.
Hi Bill.Nice picture so with the cloud cover above the boats.Greeting from Patricia.
The more I look at your cover photo, the more I love it. Todays is really nice also. Hope you enjoy tourists.
I hope Killybegs was ready for them Bill 😱 Gorgeous view of the harbour.
I'm always amazed at how such huge ships can navigate in such close quarters.
That harbour is busy!
Those are big ships!
Busy harbor----tourists bring moneyMB
nice shot :)
They come...and they go....hopefully leaving some of their money in the community.
I hope the tourists don't make it hard for you to go about your daily routines. I know when they are in my small town it can be hard sometimes.
Not a good day for you to be out and about in town, Bill!
Perfect timing that you could capture this photo. Glad the weather was so nice and I hope the guests are good for the local economy.
So many tourists! I'd be inclined to run for the hills, though I probably exaggerate. We get a lot of summer visitors and many more than that for our Lavender Festival in July.
Big economy boost! Lovely capture.
Wow, that's a lot for a town to take in. When we go to Grand Cayman occasionally, they publish the cruise ship schedule with anticipated numbers so that locals know if they should avoid the popular spots that day!
I'm back blogging again. Love your new banner. My Irish friend and I are getting around to visiting Ireland, so stay tune. Not sure when....
I do hope the added people helped the tourist trade …All the best Jan