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... product of the islands was kelp. The seaweed was both used as a fertilizer for the islands' soil, and burned to recover iodine and other minerals. News of Scotland staying with the UK is everywhere, we thought it quite good, better the devil they know, but we really know nothing about it. Looking forward to seeing our election results, we could not vote, as couldn't do it before we left and cannot do it on line here. Would have had to have printed off forms and posted them ...
... no less green. Wildflowers grow idly on the green rocks.
We hit the road again and head for the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Like every other rural locale we've seen, abandoned stone cottages dot the countryside. Just outside of Kilaree, Kaeleb yells "There's a bumblebee in the back!" Elizabeth looks back and sure enough there's a bumblebee flying around clinging to the back window. Kaeleb is all antsy as Chris finds a place to pull over. Elizabeth opens the trunk and ...
... with the "gift of the gab," the talent for eloquence that the Irish famously possess. Though kissing the stone is a relatively new ritual and one that has proved hugely marketable, the association with smooth talking and Blarney goes back many centuries. When Queen Elizabeth I of England sought to impose her rule on Ireland's Gaelic Chiefs, The Lord of Blarney, Cormac MacCarthy, proving most elusive, would reply to her demands with ...
... definitely knew how to keep the bus entertained and I can’t help but be impressed how effortlessly he rolls off the jokes even though he must have told them a huge number of times already. The drivers of these tours definitely are part of the reason why it is fun to sit in such a huge bus. As always, I wish I could have explored these places in my own time but I realize that that’s just not possible. I’ll have to wait until I either get a car or ...
... used to live and he went to university. It was all very interesting.
In the afternoon I interviewed a fellow who started a peer support centre in Ennis and is a facilitator of WRAP training. He was so inspirational. I want him to come to Manitoba to provide WRAP training to a bunch of us there. Then he had me interview a group of 4 service users at the agency - most of who were not very happy with the gov't provided ...