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... badly. I thought it might be best to get on the bike and just pedal with the right foot. Everything was going fine, I even passed a speed bump without any trouble, but then there was a pothole. I guess I didn't have enough speed when I hit the pothole to just go over it so the wheel got stuck and the bike lurched forward. I didn't want to flip so I leaned back and the bike fell to the left side. I tried ...
Today we cancelled our flights scheduled for the 30th September to Bangkok. :-(
Poor Aisling is in hospital in Donegal. She has been ill since she came home from Seattle so on Saturday she went into hospital. Awaiting tests at the minute so we are rescheduling the trip. ...
... modern, well maintained home. It was hard trying to picture us in some of these old beat up homes coming from our brand new home on Chert.
The process of house searching was difficult here since we set up all the appointments on our own. Some we walked to but most we had to use a taxi or public transportation (Luas or Dart). So glad the search is over and we can start having fun again. More pictures of the home will come after we move in, so stay tuned.
... a smart little café called Niki’s. Cakes to die for – more inches on the waistline! After lunch we went for a drive up into the mountains, in search of a spot Alasdair and Helen had once been to, called Windy Gap. Every gap seemed windy to me, but we eventually found the right one, where the views were magnificent. The Mountains of Mourne on one side and the coastal ...
... we should hit Scotland after Ireland.
After tea we played a game.
Now, what game immediately springs to mind as suitable for a boat that is rolling around in the wind. Yes......Jenga (that's the one where you build a tower out of wooden blocks and then take in turns to carefully remove said blocks until it falls over. ...and yes it was quite a challenge, but good fun.
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