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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. ...
... and he was attacked by a very cranky and desperate lady and her husband who had been waiting a very long time. When he spotted us he asked hopefully if we were wanting a ride up the gap and I said that Chase and Laura were planning to go. The sourpuss lady decided that they could all ride together, which was not at all what Chase and Laura wanted. Ger explained that he needed to make a quick trip home to change horses, and then the sourpuss husband expressed his frustration; ...
... as well as the baking we wanted to do. I was quit happy with the layout of the store as well as the quality of the produce although I must admit that some of the products were expensive compared to other places I had been.
After our Tesco shop we were off looking for ...
... like James so it made the bus trip back to Tralee quick. Once in Tralee we dropped our bags off and went for a walk around town, stopping in a few shops for a look or to get out of the random hail down pours. We made the mistake of going to subway during school lunch time and we both had a moment of thought about dealing with school kids when we go home... Haha. James went and got a hair cut, turns out the barber hardly spoke English but he came out looking like a new man so that was a ...