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... girl who took them....so I may or may not ever get those photos.
Anywho. I was talking to this family and lost track of time. I may or may not have missed the last bus home.
But luckily for me, I was offered a lift with the German family back to my campsite!
Not only that, but they invited me for dinner. AT A RESTAURANT!
Never have I felt like a more high-class traveller! Food! Hot food! That ...
... headed for city center with the intention of joining a walking tour at Trinity College and maybe seeing The Book of Kells. Unfortunately, we couldn't find safe parking. We found one spot and an old lady was walking by while Rob and Justin were off paying the meter. She took one look at me trying to get Abby in the buggy and said, "Don't leave your bag lying in the back of the car like that. Not in this neighborhood. And whatever you do, don't hook ...
... br> With that experience behind us we headed off the next day for our last two days in the emerald isle which were to be spent back in Dublin. On the drive there, we heard all sorts of weather and news broadcasts about how England, Wales and Northern Ireland had been hit with snow storms. Fortunately for us the weather in Dublin was not quite as bad as some other places – although it was still very cold, wet and windy. It certainly did not stop us walking around the town, seeing ...
... at the same restaurant I at least had to order a different meal. Although very tasty, I was not going to order the pizza so I ordered Pollo alla Cacciatora. They did not disappoint, it was fantastic. The other pattern I broke was not ordering the Tiramisu for dessert. Although I thought it was a good decision at the time I am now craving that dish as I write this blog. I guess I will have to head back there before I go.
... We travelled 250kms and it took 6 hours with our stops. Lovely day. Checked into Forster Court Hotel in the centre of Galway, situated one block from Eyre Square, for two nights. Great location and the room is fabulous. We've found it quite expensive to eat in Ireland. Just a basic pub meal is costing about Euro40 or AUD60 just with one or two beers. We have to start watching our money because we've blown the budget here. We were spoilt in Berlin as it was quite cheap to eat ...