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Tom was a fine host. He led us into town to lead us to a place to eat late in the evening, and cooked us a great breakfast.
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We had a crazy packed day today and we just got back to the hotel to drop our car off and catch a taxi back into town. Turns out, Wednesday night is the main music night of the week with traditional local music in all of the pubs! So, we're taxiing it to the pubs so we can drink and listen to music all night. I'll write more later, so for now, here are some highlighted pics from the day. AWESOME DAY! More to ...
... We got our rental car and opted for a diesel car instead of the 3-door vehicle we booked originally (p.s- I have no idea what a 3-door car looks like). We got some weirdo car brand equivalent to a VW. Diesel gets much better gas mileage and it's cheaper (not quite $7/8gallon) gas. Matt is the primary driver and I'm the navigator. YOWZERS, is it hard to get used to the wrong side the road and the driver on the other side. I kept seeing other cars ...
... where our lunch is at a gift shop. After an hour we were back on the bus and headed to our hotel in Tramore. Due to Toby feeling unwell we did not go to the Irish music and songs afternoon at the pub. Instead we stayed back at the hotel and went for a walk into town to post Jye's postcard. I went into a local hairdresser and asked for a fringe cut. I had a fantastic fringe trim with blow dry ...
... a german shepherd comes and ***** on my front lawn. And today the ******* bought his dog with him!" And this went on for two whole hours.
Today, Thursday, they left Killarney in wet, windy, miserable 11 degrees, and drove about 80 minutes to Blarney Castle where it was fine , mild and about 20 degrees. Climbed to the top of the castle tower but did not kiss the blarney stone. Wendy thought it was ...
... the coach, I filled my water bottle with ice from the bar.
Carmel, our tour director continued on with the significance of coal in this area as we made our way through the Port Talbot area, a well known coal town. She explained that some of the souvenir items to look for in this area are things made out of slate and wooden love spoons. The wooden love spoons were explained to me this way. If a young lad was interested in courting a young lady, ...