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... I'll admit to a consuming panic when I think of my purpose in going. While I love to travel just for the sake of leisure, this is a whole different sort of adventure.
I've been accepted to a Memoir Writers' Retreat, which is held at Markree Castle in Sligo. Who am I to embark on a trip halfway round the world to write a memoir, for God's Sake?? I'm not generally in the habit of flitting across the Atlantic to scribble out some prose ...
Well, jetlag is just making me a bit sleepy during the day but it's ok!
I've been out for my first shopping to get some food and drinks at Walmart.
It's very funny, as many people told me about the big packs you can get here and it's just the truth!
Cereals up to 2 kilo? Who would eat that?! :D
Or crisps in such big packs, just amazing.
Otherwise I found out, the healthy food is really expensive in America.
Tomatoes, Salat or whatever you would ...
... of time traveling and had a bevy of recommendations and stories to share. We gushed about our time in Asheville and it turns out that Jim and Judy live just south of Asheville and could not have given a more glowing invitation to move to the area. The more we travel the more steam Asheville is picking up. After exchanging our information and receiving an open invitation “when” we decide to move to the area, we took Gordon to the Scamp ...
... Association). We were happy to tell them what a wonderful experience this has been. They are busy planning the Fall Looper Rendezvous at Joe Wheeler State Park in Alabama, which we attended last Fall. They agreed that taking two years for the Loop was a good idea because there is so much to see.
Thursday, Sept. 12, we arrived at Dataw Island Marina located near Beaufort, SC. Dataw Island is a gated community with lovely golf courses and ...
... some shell collecting, and an all-together good time. We took our "real"camera along, not the iPad, so pictures for this will have to be added at a later date. After crabbing, our captain/guide cooked up some of the crabs for everyone and demonstrated how to eat them. None of the kids on the tour wanted to try the crab, except Egen and Quinn who were eager to devour them. In fact whenever the captain had ...