West of Donegal Town, on the Sliabh Liag peninsula in remote
northwestern Ireland, lies the town of Killybegs, one of Ireland's
primary fishing ports. On the day after Christmas, even the Cod get a
respite, and the fleet lies quietly in the harbor. Heading farther
west the roads get smaller, the soil poorer, and English disappears
from the road signs, yielding to the older tongue, which is still
spoken around the warm fires in the pubs.
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