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... settling in I went down to the hotel bar. I ended up chatting to a very nice man, who is s truck driver in these parts (on a boys weekend with his mates) While we were chatting I had the ipad out and was looking for a place to stay in Ennis, which lead to a discussion of my travel plans. He suggested instead of driving overland I take the ferry at to Killrush and drive up the west coast to the Doolin. I liked that idea so the plan of attack for the next few days have completely ...
... continues to take pictures at every meal so Emma can eat vicariously through him.
Phil might want to go out to a pub later to hear some trad. The sessions don't start until 9:30!!!! He's napping as I write (as usual) so we might go. At least Weezy is awake today. She's playing computer games. She had a nice long nap in the car. I had to stay awake and navigate. And yes, we're using the GPS. ...
... not be able to go. The weather Wednesday was just awful - very low clouds with drizzle and periods of hard rain, so we decided to take Chase to the Jameson Distillery and Blarney Castle. We missed the turn to Mallow on the way and got horribly stuck in a traffic jam through Macroom because of road work in the middle of town. The little towns with major roads going through them can be terrible pinch points when you are trying to get somewhere! Dennis had steam coming out ...
... left at around 1500 to fetch yeast from her mom. It was so funny to eaves drop on the conversation between Janet and her gran. We had opened a bottle of wine and her gran had seen the end of the bottle so was a bit concerned about me driving her car. The funny thing was that the wine was ...
... poems by Ireland's native poet Seamus Haney. What a coincidence because tonight Sacred Heart is sponsoring a Seamus Haney poetry reading at the Diseart. We had a great day and talked about our experience on the way back to town.
Diner that night was back at the Goat Street Bistro. At 8:00 we had the Seamus Haney poetry reading at the Diseart because Haney had passed away in 2013. Haney poems ...