The following day I took the same train to the small seaside town of Howth, where I immediately hopped on a little fishing boat doing a tour of a small island not even a mile from the shore. It was a windy and chilly day, but I was able to get a good view of the tiny island and the bird who call it home. To satisfy my appetite, I popped into Leo Burdocks Fish & Chips joint and had the best fish and chips meal. The rest of the day I spent walking all around Howth, up to the golf course past Howth Castle (another castle that belonged to the same family for over 800 years) which was closed to visitors and then over to the village and cemetery.

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