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... they left, we learned how to swing dance with partners. A band played Irish Traditional Music while we were taught the steps and it was some good crack! We swapped around partners and after over and hour of swinging around I was sweating like crazy. The Irish are so lively and fun!! Since we got a nice workout, a bunch of us hit the bar after and enjoyed some Bulmers or Guinness and chatted for a bit before heading off to bed.
Saturday we were up early, ...
... thought it would be bad luck to disturb them—lucky for us.
We stopped along the road at a beautiful overlook and pulled out our salad plates. It was so cold and windy that we decided to have our picnic lunch in the car, but it was no hardship with that kind of view.
The highlight of the loop trail for us was the Great Blasket Centre, which details the lives and writings of the inhabitants of the Blasket Islands, visible from the Centre. The Centre itself is ...
... a bit more of a clue because yesterday someone came by asking the same thing. Finally, she found the spot- the Malahide Community School, told me that all that was happening tonight was a concert on the green, and pointed me in the right direction. Concert? Tonight? What happened to the competitions I was supposed to see? Is this trip a bust? I thanked her and marched down to the community school anyhow, and thank heavens stuff was going on! ...
... a necklace with hers. The explanation with the necklace says something like “a god who sets people's heads on fire.” But I, I am a salmon! One of the key words associated with salmon is knowledge. Ergo, I am a Salmon of Knowledge! Who knew?
Our final stop before getting back to Dingle was Kilmalkedar Church, built in the 12th century. The last services there were in the 1500s, so it's gone to ruin. In the cemetery that surrounds it, there is an ...
... sandwiches and I told Alan that I would keep the last week in June and the first in July free.
He didn't seem to have any other crew lined up which I thought was strange but had several enquiries.
The one I liked the best was from a girl in the States that said she didn't have any sailing experience but lived by the sea.
He said he would be touch with me over the next few weeks and I committed to the first leg to Vigo or ...