Almara Bed & Breakfast
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... we should change our plans again to let Bruce be our guide, but he has come around. We should get to go to the area of Scotland our family came from, which was the reason for the trip in the first place. We didn't know how we would get there on our own.
I'm too tired to even read this over so I hope it makes sense. We have to be up at 5:15 to get to our train by ...
... visa once I'd arrived in Birmingham. Everything was fine after I explained this and I was able to board my final flight. I've talked my way out of several bad situations on this trip already. I'm convinced I have an unnatural power of persuasion. I could be a career criminal if I wanted to.
I knew Ireland and England were close, but it seemed ...
... on what
was considered English soil at the time for safekeeping during the Cromwellian
period in Ireland. The book looks spectacular, but it is of course under glass
and only one page is visible at the time….for the few seconds you get to see it
in the crowd. The much larger exhibition on the Book leading up to viewing it
was interesting but also unpleasantly crowded for a claustrophobic type like
me. I was quickly ready ...
So today Jess and I left the hostel nice and early and set off on foot for the Guinness Storehouse. Upon arrival we were amazed. There was a massive pint glass there. We got to try some Guinness and see the manufacturing process too. Such a great experience. After Guinness we went for a walk around and eventually made it to Dublina. Got to learn a heap of history about Dublin. And Jess dressed up as a medieval women. ...
... was so heavy! Our next destination proved to be the greatest adventure yet! Colum took us to Loughcrew Passage Tombs. These tombs happened to be located on top of what seemed like a mountain. It had started to rain and become very windy. The climb up was a severe struggle. I chose to run up the hill to make the pain go by quicker. It burnt my lungs because of how cold the wind and rain were. Finally we made it to the top after ...