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... so instead of riding back to the beach and then heading up the main big hill at the beach, we would take a short cut up some path leading past fields and get up to the main road. We did get to the top in the end, but the path was steep, but it was worth it.
From that point we road back past various pubs, the shop until we got back to the bike hire place, we dropped off the bikes and then walked back to the shop. ...
... It conjured up images of gloomy skies, days spent crammed inside Harold in escape of the rain, flaming redhead drunks listening to U2 and a northern hating south and southern hating north. Laura was convinced otherwise and since arrival I have been turned 180 in my views. The skies have been blue, the landscapes stunning, the locals lovely, the drunks rarely redheaded and the political landscape confusing yet settled.
Dublin – Fresh of the ferry we spent a ...
... boil it then put pepper in it and shoot it down. Problem was I left it in the microwave for too long so I added more vodka to even it out and thought well the more pepper the better! NO! Do not ever add more pepper to warm vodka! My mouth was on FIRE!!! And it just gave me crazy dreams didn’t do anything for me! Im still sick!
Well 4 am comes and I have to use the bathroom so I unlock myself out of daves room ...
... Mine was actually a zippered jacket with a hood because it doesn’t really get cold enough in Seattle to wear big bulky sweaters. After I’d made my purchase I noticed some beautiful scarves that were big enough to use as a table runner on my coffee table. So I got one of those too.
After our shopping we had just enough time to have a glass of Guinness before catching the ferry back. This time we were smarter and got ...
... experience---the pictures will have to be enough to set the scene….it wont but it’s the best I can do.
By the way, bikes were a piece of ***** (the irish have a heavy emphasis on the "I" when they say ****). There were a number of occasions where our chains fell off while we were switching gears. Nevertheless, they got us where we needed to go and I wouldn’t have had it any other way (biking was the way ...