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... late, so we call a taxi. We listen to the last few songs we will hear in this wonderful town while we wait. At 11pm the taxi has yet to materialize. It still hasn't arrived by midnight and we are growing more concerned by the minute. We walk outside, Julian in Chris's arms and Kaeleb leaning tiredly against Elizabeth when we see a taxi pull up. Alas, it's not for us! Thankfully, he's willing to take us home though. We're all relieved especially when we crawl into ...
Today we were up with the sparrows as we had a huge day of driving - estimated at 9 hours and sightseeing as well. To add to the pressure we had to book in by 6.30. As no breakfast was supplied with this accommodation we stopped for a coffee and also picked up a couple of scones (no butter) and consumed as we travelled to our first destination, Kylemore Abbey. Unfortunately we had our first major hiccup with Betty, although it really was our fault. ...
... rock, but were overgrown with grass and topped with short wooden fences. As we neared the end of the path, we caught a glimpse of the massive cliffs. The view was worth the couple of Euros. The cliffs were around 1000 ft high and gave us spectacular views of the Skellig Islands. The cliff face was really delightful. The rock was striated and the top was rimmed with flowers.
At this point, we were getting tired. So we began the trip home to complete the Ring ...
... After we held the lambs and I contemplated committing a felony, we got on the bus and drove to a lookout point that is usually crowded with tourists in the high season, we luckily were not in the high season and were the only ones there. When I stepped off the bus, my mouth literally dropped when I saw the view. I honestly can't even describe how amazing it was, but it had to be one of the most beautiful landscapes I've ever seen. After we took in the view as ...
... These laws focus on family and a woman’s
responsibility as a mother. For
instance, abortion is illegal in Ireland except to protect the life of the
mother. People have to leave the country
to obtain an abortion and Ireland has an amendment to their constitution
providing for the same. Women can
obtain information regarding the procedure, but again to have an abortion in
Ireland a woman can be punished with life in prison. ...