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Travel Blogs from Carlingford
... by water and mountains and was the geographical inspiration for the Narnia book series.
We had a great time and were visited by Pere Noel and other guests. The kids all got along and Haven didn't complain once about being the only girl among five kids. We played spoons, pictionary, and ping pong. Fun was had by all. and Andy cooked an amazing meal!
We were driving in the car and I thought we were going to the oysters restaurant. He said that the restaurant is closed but that he was leading me to a new place. We came to the golf resort, then we took a walk on the trails until we reached the Proleek dolmen. Large rocks (3 to be exact). We threw stones at the top and made a ...
... rapping like his life depended on it. and with a sold out concert the noise was amazing. He started with all his new songs e.g. 'Survival' & 'Wont Back Down' & gradually ended up with 'My Name Is' & 'Without Me'. However when he sang 'Lighters' & asked us to put up our lighters/phones I was still filming, everyone was turning around, so of course like the wee sheep that i am, so did I. the view of around 60,000 people holding their phones up ...
Visited Battle of Boyne Site in Oldbridge.
Wonderful historical museum and grounds
William has 39-40 canons, James had 16
William was better armed and had more men
Some say the Battle of the Boyne is where all of Ireland's 'Troubles' started
Cromwell invaded and slaughtered the town population
Prefix name meanings:
Dun - castle type fort
Car - ring fort
... everyone felt that a day in would be a nice change of pace. Eli and Cailin cooked curry, dahl, and rice pudding, and we all sat around in the living room reading or dozing off. Eli lit a fire in the wood stove, and we enjoyed the cozy ambiance of firelight before we turned in for the night.
If tomorrow's weather is less dismal, we will be planting seedlings at the farm proper. If not, there is always more ...