Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheep Haven Bay in north west of Co. Donegal,
Hi Bill.This ship is great.Greetings from Patricia,
Maybe be a greater population on the ship than there is in town,
The season is over at last...
More tourist. That is good for the economic.
I get the title, but wondered about the tourist season and where the cruise ships 🚢 come from and where they are going. Also how close is the port to where you live, Bill.
I would love a cruise about now!
São uns gigantes do mar e aproveito para desejar um bom Domingo.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Ah ... holidays.God bless.
...tourists can be a blessing or a curse.
The two sides of the medallion.
Sad to think of winter coming at us soon.
Always an impressive sight.
I think Killybegs might be having a quiet sigh of relief Bill, nice to have the place to yourself for a while ✨
No tourists for awhile. Probably a nice break unless you are a shop owner.
I first read "Lost " instead of Last. I wondered WHAT??MB
Those ships are so big. I've never been on a cruise before.
Hard to believe that the season has come to an end.
Those ships are like whole towns.
Nice photo Bill. I remember your post showing the first ship(s) of the season arriving. Time sure flew by this year. Now it's the last one, until next season.
That's a big ship!
I love cruise ships. My 9 year old grandson is an expert on U.S. cruise ships. He can tell you where the year and where each one was built, where it set sail from, the years they were refurbished, the year the ships were retired, etc. He's an expert on school buses & semi's too.
look very big ship
And ON to another season. It is kind of sad to see the end of a season. Hugs- Diana
I'll bet it's going to seem a lot more quiet.
This shows the town would be buy for sometime
That is a big ship!All the best Jan
The size of those ships is impressive!