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... route with roads so narrow there are no lines. Cats sun themselves on the road as there is no traffic. Keep off the L roads, N are ok, M are the toll roads; wide and fast and no one on them. We wonder if that is due to the recession Ireland finds itself in the grip of. They just don't have the money to pay. We have never seen so many properties just abandoned. Many are in negative equity and for the 3rd time in Irish history, they just walk ...
... in there!!) At the top of the castle we had a great view of the rest of the grounds (including the poison gardens, where things like wolfsbane and other things I thought were made up for the Harry Potter books are grown...) We finally got to the front of the line, and had to lay on our backs, hold onto the hand rails, and lean over the side of the building while someone held our legs so we could kiss the stone! (So if I talk too much for the next 7 ...
... each night her and the owner went to the pub for a Guinness ,she would even make the evening news late in her life when her health was in doubt, and when she died it was in all the news and they thought she might get a state funeral , only the Irish !! I love this ...
I noticed him for the first time on the way to our bed and breakfast. Well, actually, what I noticed was his dog; a small mutt of some sort with black shiny hair and a red hoodie sweatshirt. Yes, the little dog had a little sweatshirt. The dog was huddled with his owner in a corner along the street, probably to get out of the cold wind that was blowing, and to ask the occasional passer-by for some loose change. ...
... students at a Pub called The Rock Bar and it was a lot of fun. We talked with some of the Irish students and had some Bulmer's Irish Cider, which is amazing. I also was able to get a question answered thanks to an Irish student named Eoghan (pronounced Owen, weird I know). My question referred to a slang word the Irish used which is craic (pronounced crack, like the narcotic) and means fun, entertainment, and enjoyable conversation. A popular saying ...
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