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... bridges and lots and lots of trees. When we landed about an hour later, because we're awesome, we hauled our canoe up to the shed ourselves, because we're hardcore, and it turns out the vets were a little lazy on Sunday. A quick McDonald's sprite and fries, and we were ready for some more SHOPPING. Omg, thank goodness I have enough willpower to send stuff home NOW, because I can't carry anything new after this, unless ...
... you what a popular place they are, that there's so much extra being built. Also very religious. There's a basilica right beside the dome and a recreated Lourdes grotto behind that. Everyone prays. Mary and Moses are everywhere. The painting on the inside ceiling of the dome is Mary ascending into heaven (no toenails), and the point on the top of the dome is not a point. It's a 19 foot statue of Mary. As well as all this, somewhere along the way, an ...
... my suitcase AND get a window seat on my own on the (single decker, awww) train. The train went directly to South Bend (or "back to the baynd" as one guy onboard put it) where I was picked up in a car by my gorgeous friend from NUIM, Sonia, and her lovely boyfriend John, who lives in South Bend and is the reason we all ended up here. :D I know Sonia since we did Media Studies together in Maynooth, and now she's a Doctor working here in Notre Dame University with the Offie ...
Hired a 7 seater Toyota from the local garage. went to the park and walked around uncle Jims neighbourhood. Went to the ihop (international house of pancakes) for lunch with all the family. I had a fried breakfast and a crepe for desert Travelled out to Shipshewana an Amish community in Indiana In the evening we went to an Australian steak house. I had a fillet steak which was ...
... in Plymouth at Joel and Lynn's around 2:30pm (same place we were at a few weeks ago when we went blueberry picking). All the families that were around had arranged to stay over at Joel and Lynn's Friday night ready for the Indiana Dunes on Saturday.
We were there a little early so did a bit of fishing with Peter...I managed to catch a big bass however the hook got him in the face so not really a proper catch. Everyone started to arrive and Joel and Lynn cooked ...