Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Leaving can often be so sad.God bless.
The way to go on holiday.
Leaving after having spent good time at the Donegal Food Festival?
I'm sure they had a great time there, it's lots of fun and food.
Hope they had a good time.
Hello, I could be one of those tourist one day. I hope they had a great tour! Happy Sunday, enjoy your day. wishing you a great new week ahead.
And you were early too, to wave goodbye :)
They look in good spirits after their visit. Looks like a beautiful morning for your walk. Enjoy your day, Bill.
How lucky for them to have visited there.
...I'm sure that they enjoyed their stay.
I hope they had a wonderful time and spent lots of money in your town!
Gives me wanderlust. On to the next place.
What big suitcases they have! I guess if you're on the road for a long time you'll need lots of stuff.
I bet you see a lot of comings and goings like this especially this time of year.
I enjoy photographs like this. It's fun to ponder things regarding the people. For example, did they enjoy themselves? Are they headed someplace else that they are excite about? Did their visit in any way leave a lasting impression?
I'LL bet they hate to leave such a beautiful place.
I spent 7 days on a Greyhound bus one time traveling from West Virginia to Las Vegas. At least the seat was comfy. Great picture.
That's a common sight in my area too. Our town triples it's population during the winter months.
Hopefully they enjoyed their stay, come Summer our town will have people everywhere.
they must be enjoy....
Tourists are a mixed blessing. These tourists do carry considerable luggage.
I wish I had been there with them!
Donegal Food Festival? Sounds like fun. I wonder what's next for them.
I bet they are sad to be leaving Bill, looks like it's going to be such a nice day ✨
They must also carrying memories of the town along their luggages.
I'm sure they had a good time.All the best Jan
A common sight here too.
Do you live in a popular tourist area, Bill, or was this just a stopover?