19 thoughts on “Sure Beara Would You Get It?

          1. classter

            I love some of those 70s churches.

            Some of the few bits of actual contemporary design in post 60s Ireland.

            Some of them are gak obviously but you’ll always have that…

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Friend of mine went there after she lost her young daughter and found it amazing. I don’t care what it looks like if it helps people. And it’s not so bad, really.

      1. Otis Blue

        It’s a fine spot and afaik anyone can stay or visit the cafe as they wish. No religious affiliation necessary.

    2. ReproBertie

      That has to be the most pathetic complaint ever. I imagine the poor sentence structure is a result of your own brain rebelling against typing such feeble drivel.

    3. Peckerhead

      Dafuq? Our entire countryside is littered with hundreds of weird, ugly, poorly-designed religious buildings (some with weird, ugly people inside them).

      1. classter

        Again, the religious buildings are some of the only decent bits of architecture across swathes of the country.

        Instead the countryside is littered with sh!t one-off housing which is slowly turning the entire island into an ugly suburb

  1. mildred st. meadowlark

    The Beara peninsula is one of the single most breath-giving places I’ve ever been. It’s glorious.

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