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... 8211; the Rose and Crown. After roast dinners all round and a few drinks, we wandered home where we met Sof and Marlon and Warren and Justina (Warren is Marlon’s twin brother). We had a fun time, especially with Jodie catching up with Sof and Paul and Sofie. Before long though it was time to turn in so Sof and Marlon took Jodie home to where she has been staying and we all "called it a day"
... from college, getting a job in NY, and flying out of NY for another interview on September 11, 2001. Time eating lunch quickly passed with all those stories. Now with full bellies, we went to the rock.
The Rock of Cashel is the ruins of a Celtic cathedral. Originally the hill that the ruins is on was the residence of the kings of Munster. In 1101, the King of Munster donated his fortress on the Rock to the Church. The ...
... inn, ibis and finally the double tree by hilton which isn't in the best of areas.
Danielle and i, collect our 90KG in total luggage allowance from the bus and head into reception, where the VIP TOM962 are all here awaiting our arrival. The Scots are the last ones to arrive at the hotel.
We all head over to this weird indian restaurant, can we call it a restaurant? Its kind of a ...
... who brought us home safely.We arrived home 11.am.
It wasn't long before the jet lag effect took hold.Went to bed and slept from 4.00pm to 7.30ish,then 10pm to 2.30am, I got up then and had a cuppa eventually going back to bed 4.30am and sleeping to 8.00am.
This is the last blog entry of this journey. I have thoroughly enjoyed writing and downloading photos and videos, hope you have all enjoyed sharing it with ...
... Choccy Woccy Doo Daa, a store that sold everything chocolate, that she had seen on Austar at home. The creations inside were like nothing we had ever seen before with cakes and sculptures which were almost impossible to believe were made from chocolate. Dragging ourselves away we headed back to Piccadilly as we had half price tix for the West End performance of the musical Dirty Dancing. We so weren't disappointed as we watched a faithful re-creation of the much ...
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