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The next day we had tickets for a day long tour out to the Cliffs of Moher. We were supposed to be at our pick up spot by 6:40, so Sara set her alarm for 5:45 to give us enough time to get ready and get over there. The morning comes and, of course, Sara's alarm doesn't go off. Luckily she woke up at 6:15 and we both scrambled to get out the door. On our way to our pick up spot, we took a wrong turn and got totally lost, missing our tour, and losing our money. After ...
... people commented to me that this was a "trip of a lifetime" and it truly is, but I do think this is just the start of a beautiful traveling adventure with like-minded friends that will span many years and countries.
Till next time ... thanks for reading, love you all!
Steph, Barb, and Dawn
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... for the bus, we opted for a taxi to take us to our next stop, the Kilkenny Shop. We wanted to get a few gifts to take home, and it is one of the biggest for Irish-made products. With the shopping complete, we walked back through St. Stephen's Green one last time to the hotel.
For dinner, we went to the Brazen Head ...
... after hitting a couple of pubs before dinner, we met up with some of B's friends. We had dinner at a fancy fish place. B's friends were wine people, so there was some nice wine at the table too. Lots of delicious seafood and conversation was had at that table.
As I was still poorly, the night out, as you can imagine, did me no favours. We had a big lie in and had a very quiet day in preparation for our very early flight to Edinburgh the next day.
... bus and called them "organ donors." Because they had no brains, walking out in front of a bus, they would soon be donating their livers and kidneys!
We also learned that people don't just drive crazy in the United States, but abroad as well. It seems that stop lights mean nothing in Dublin. This almost proved to be a dangerous thing when combined with the fact that they drive on the left hand side of the street. We kept looking the ...