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... been a lovely day.
The boys and Ro went to Tralee to take in some Irish music as they were quite upset at not staying. They all enjoyed their evening and the music although not traditional Irish was enjoyed. The pub owner even came out to say hi.
Thursday 21st November
Today was our last day in Ireland as we sailed to France that night. We had a fairly relaxed pack up. There was no real rush as our ferry didn’t leave until 9:30pm. 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.
... her pint. Two of us then left to go to the club across the street called the Icon while the other two stayed at Nancy’s and were followed over by the two random friends of Mr. ****, but not Mr. **** himself which was good because I would have punched him. Then I found out that they actually didn’t know him at all but only met him that night when he claimed he could get any girl he wanted. So now obviously we two ladies, after successfully denying one, were just so eager ...
... original plan to be there in time for lunch changing as we drive, replaced by the decision to take things easy and stop off as we go.
Our first port of call turns out to be Bunratty Castle, a large fortress tower beside the main road which we'd passed en route from Shannon Airport yesterday. In true Irish fashion, as we pull into the carpark the darkening skies turn to rain and umbrellas are dug out of our bags, but fortunately we seem set for a day of sunshine and showers, ...
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