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... which the tourist info says is the prettiest town in Ireland. It had a row of thatched cottages which were nice, and a pleasant main road. We found a big playground at the back of the village where we stopped for a few hours, before going further inland to Ardagh for the night.
We set off on part of the Great Southern Cycle trial the next morning. It was along an old railway line but had far too many gates to navigate and after going about 8km with nothing too interesting ...
After a late night of drinking last night, today was spent doing not much at all. There were plans, but they didn't happen.
There really isn't much to tell about today. All that happened was I made some macadamia, which chocolate and cranberry cookies and played games with everyone.
It was a very relaxed day.
That was my fifth day.
... week and two days, to Saturday, 5 October. I rolled out of bed, eyes glued shut, a bear emerging from hibernation, pulled back the curtains, and Oh! Sun, golden sun! A born and bred Southern California girl, myself, I tend to long for more sunshine while I am instead braving sideways rain and watching low, quickly moving clouds roll above me. But this glorious Saturday, the sun shone brightly and I proudly wore a dress with NO LEGGINGS NOR JACKET. This, my friends, is ...
... what I expected.
We arrived back at our hotel and we said our good-bys to our group. Although we still had a full day in Limerick, most were leaving for the airport early the next morning. After supper a large group of us met in the lounge of the hotel and shared some good stories and laughs of the last 10 days. Even our driver and tour guide joined us for while. Finally we started to go up to our rooms, realizing that the trip was over.
... though they are just on the other side of a little body of water, they think Irish music is fascinating. I answer his few questions and ask a few myself, trying not to be rude, but frequently turning my head back to the circle because, guess what I want to do? Listen to music. He then has the gall to ask, “You seem a bit stand offish. Is that an LA thing?” NO! I JUST WANT TO LISTEN TO THE MUSIC!!!!! Which I expressed a bit more subtly than how my brain wanted me to ...