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... thought we’d cross to the island on a small ferry but as we arrived at the port and it was clearly deserted we realised it would be best if we drove across the bridge instead. Once on the Island we were greeted by extraordinary views of the coast and small islands and rocks offshore. It was stunning scenery. Ro took lots of photos and froze his fingers, while I stayed in the car and made up an eye spy game for the kids, of things they needed to find throughput the day as we ...
... The people we have met along the way are very nice and hospitable. Driving around Ireland compared to UK is better because you can see over the hedges and view the scenery, where as in the UK you can't see because the hedges are much higher than the car. We arrived in Ireland by ferry, which was as calm a trip on water one could wish for...dead flat all the way...very nice. We arrived in Dublin for 2 nights. ...
... heard it was even more beautiful in the summer when there are actually leaves on the tress and vines but I still liked it now. It's probably really expensive but whatever.
Then we just walked around the town and park area. We also went into the old church. But soon we had to get on the bus and go to Bunratty castle.
Adare was cute, but I don't know if it was anything super special.
... as a result, needs to be eaten in two days or it's moldy.
26. Free Wifi becomes your best friend.
27. Don't bring up the monarchy while in Ireland. Or the English in general.
28. You have to pay to pee in some countries.
29. If you're Canadian, you love beavers, polar bears, hockey, and you ARE Robin Shibosky.
30. Movie nights with cookies and popcorn will be better remembered and better cherished than going out and getting drunk.
31. You will never ...
... so quickly with their thick accents. The age varied greatly, from one boy who looked about 20 who sang lovely sean-nůs songs, to the majority of white heads. My second time around, I sang “Unclouded Day,” giving my try for Appalachian music, to which I received a great reaction as opposed to when I just sang Irish music. I think these people really appreciate when you sing something from your homeland. It means you own the music a bit more, that ...
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