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... my past.
But I am also my future and my present.
For it is I who decides
who I am, how I react,
and to whom and what I attach myself.
I am love, I am light,
I am laughter, I am alive.
I am restless, I am searching,
I have a hunger, and I choose life.
... in the off season.
After the tour, Ricky was nice enough to show us the route to the walk to Hore Abbey. I had been told by past visitors that it is a place that should not be missed. And, it shouldn't!!! It was a nice little diversion and walk over a rock wall and through cow pastures. Interestingly, in 2011 when Queen Elizabeth visited Ireland, the first British monarch to ...
... windows look down on the river Camcor and it has been said by many to be the most beautiful room in Ireland. Double doors then open into the Yellow Drawing Room hung with yellow damask. This is another interestingly shaped room which was re-furbished by Anne, Countess of Rosse in the 1950s. It is partly composed of a 16th century flanking tower with plaster-work from the 18th century. As much as possible we will endeavour to see that each tour will be shown round by a family member ...
... Ireland use, and came away with one for $35, and an extra $22 for time. Now we can be reached by Ryan when he arrives tonight.
We did get to spend an hour walking around the town of Clonmel, where Barney Kelly came from; our 5th generation ancestor (notice I consider myself Irish by default). It is a lovely little town, all duded up for Christmas. Lots of people out buying in little shops- we saw three butchers in a block. Tried to find St ...
... we go along. I hope to get my camera issue worked out and soon send some pictures of our trip. I have been taking lots, but this new computer is not able to download them. Our plan is to stay at B & B's and upper end hostels along the way. There are not as many tourists around in May so we should not have a problems finding great places to lay our heads. We should be in Banagher within the hour.