On to the Vic. It was lively and we made our way to its superb beer garden despite the rain . Not a lot more to say about this
modern pub. It is well run and does an ok bottle of Guinness , but after Sadie's and Martha's its hard to get over
excited about it.
So quickly on and an unscheduled stop in the Esquire although its mainly known as a restaurant, .its not a bad pub either. The
drink selection behind the bar is second to none. A short but enjoyable visit and one for future Tramore tours. Around the corner
to yet another classic pub, Crokes. This too clicks all the ciddytours buttons. Unique non conformist largely
unchanged and buzzin! What more can you say a class establishment. Getting late we moved down to the Waterfront. Not a class
establishment but entertaining. Lots of cheap pine and little kids.
Its good to go over to the dark side, it makes you appreciate the light!!
Our final real pub of the night was the Slip inn. Not bad but it had been along night and we are a little tired and emotional.
We know exactly how you felt Eamonn Dunphy. A nice pub should hit it again maybe a little earlier in the night.
Finally the late night establishments. Despite earlier warnings the tour master insisted on visiting the Baldyman. We walked in
and back out again. Enough said ! Onward and around the corner we hit the Sands Shanty Bar which is the better suited older
man version. Eventually we gave in and called the new "taxi to the stars" JB cabs. Reliable as ever they took us home another successful
tour was in the bag.