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Cronin’s Hideaway closes

Cronin’s Hideaway closes after 34 years of brilliant service to the people of Castletownbere and the Beara Peninsula. A big well done to Anne Marie and Sean for doing such a great job. They will be missed, however they will still continue to do local festivals and events with their mobile catering system.

Watch a short Video of Cronin’s Hideaway here

Cronin’s Hideaway closes

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Goodness Me – Pastry

Goodness Me – filled pastries, are made on the Beara Peninsula by the team of Karin and Jayne. They are available locally in Murphy’s Supervalu of Castletownbere.

Give them a try

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Goodness Me Pastry from West Cork

Goodness me filled pastries from Allihies West Cork, a little plug from us here at Balooz. Good luck with your delicious enterprise. Bonne Appetite

Posted by Balooz on Thursday, 25 April 2019

Goodness Me – Pastry

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Day nine I stopped using toilet paper

Once I arrived in Rajasthan in the lovely town of Bundi I got to the cheapest hotel of my whole trip. 230 Rupees a night, with shared toilet. For some reason in my room on the beach there was a roll of toilet paper so I just kept using it, but now here in “real India” the paper was no longer supplied and I had to go kack handed just like the 1.3 billion indians do. There’s a lot to be said for it much easier on the bottom for a start 😉

Day nine I stopped using toilet paper

So I spent four fantastic days in Bundi, rented a bike and went cycling around and just had such a nice time. It was much colder this far north though so by the time the sun went down it was polar jacket and a few layers to keep warm and a nice thick blanket on the bed.

Bundi town in 60 Seconds

Watch my cycle around Bundi video below

Bunty’s Ringo Star Restaurant

Bunty was a really nice guy, so I shot this video of him for the fun of it and put it on-line in the hope that it would create a bit of business for him. In the end I did a few videos for people and they were all just so happy about it, it was very gratifying.

Bundi in Sixty Seconds part II

How to wrap a Samosa

After Bundi I had a long day training it to Udaipur via Chitoirgarh

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