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... fine after that. We were back in calmer waters and there wasn't any rocking anymore. There were kids being sick around us too, so it wasn't only me!
So we arrived in Ireland in Wexford. The drive from there to our hotel was about an hour. Most of the properties on there way there were farms. Apparently this part of the island is very agricultural. Some of the little cottages were so cute. I am a sucker for a stone cottage. ...
... quarter hour drive to come. We travelled most of the way on an excellent major motorway but hit heavy traffic and roadworks on the outskirts of Dublin city. We crawled fro a while but were soon on the move again in fairly heavy traffic. My trusty phone led us through some confusing motorway intersections straight to Malahide and our B&B. We were both delighted by our adjoining rooms and ...
September 4 Weather: Foggy in a.m., warm and sunny p.m. After breakfast we headed to the town of Waterford, a community that dates back to 819 when the Vikings established it as their base for piracy. Waterford is the oldest town in Ireland. Its location at the mouth of a extensive river network allowed the Vikings to push inland. In 914 a.d., a wooden tower was built by the Vikings. ...
... and were the heartbeat of my journey. I started this blog so I could share with everyone at home my experiences. I have written as honestly as possible and I hope everyone has enjoyed it. Of course they were my experiences and I hope someday you all get to visit some of these incredible places and form your own opinions. I want to thank everyone for their emails and messages of support while I've been away but in particular my sister Ber and the most amazing woman I know, ...
... weeks to try and fix it. I've heard of the girl in the documentary before, the first female surfer on Rapa Nui, and the owner of The North Face and his wife who have bought vast expanses of land in Chile and Argentina to try and preserve the ecosystem. Really enjoyable film, despite the narrator and storyline being typically American. A surprisingly early-ish night for everyone, straight home after the film. Hopefully it's to get some rest for whatever the weekend may ...
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