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We stopped on our trek northward from Killareny to Doolin in a town called Adare. It was named one of Ireland's prettiest and most picturesque towns. We spent the middle of the day exploring Adare. It lived up to its billing. The downtown area was quite pretty. Most of the houses had thatched roofs with luscious flower gardens in front. There were also several churches and abbeys scattered throughout the town. There was also a ...
... drove away in search of help and saw an older man, completely out of an old story, walking with his border collie, stick in hand. Why does everyone walk with sticks, we wondered. We learned later that it keeps walkers safe on the narrow, twisty roads while motorists speed by. We drove around to a nearby gas station and looked everywhere for buttons. Others Americans there tried to help us, the clerk tried to help us, the manager tried to help us, to no avail. People ...
... tan line to show for it! Proud Californian. Then that evening a rambling Community Music MA student who flew out for his exam from the states and left his lovely wife from the Ritual Chant program at home (but never fear, she came out this week and we have had plenty of chances to hang) was crashing on various couches throughout the week to save money on hotels, and tonight was our house’s night. At least this time he had a spare room. But then one of my ...
... Who is this?” I asked.
“The tourist information center.” The man said. “Do you have your bag?” he asked.
“Wait, aren’t you calling to tell me you have it?” I said.
“I’m sorry I can’t hear you? Can you speak louder?” He said. “What does the bag look like?” I hadn’t even realized I had left a bag at the tourist information center. The croissant! I thought. ...
... with other folks at the bar - this isn't the first time this has happened). We left that pub just as all the old people started dancing to "Rockin' Robin" and wound up at the Blind Pig. (Flying Pig?). We were kindly escorted in for free, thanks to my flashing smiles at the bouncer, who recognized me from when we visited the previous week. And what did we end up doing, you may ask? We danced! More rock music, more dancing. The four of us ...
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