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... luggage can't take any others.
I am now back at the hostel after grabbing some snacks for dinner since I was still full from lunch. I've showered and I'm just hanging out. It seems only the guys stay in this room since I've only seen 2 French girls twice but the boys are here all the time. I've showered and now I'm just going to chill. I'm getting up early again tomorrow to go to Cork and Blarney Castle!
Until tomorrow! Miss you all!
I am off to visit my first Irish Brittons today. I hopped on the dart train from Dublin to Greystones arriving at around 1:30pm. We travel along the coast line and although it is raining I'm enjoying seeing the sea.
Today I met John and Kay. John is my grandad’s (Kevin, dad’s dad) cousin. John and Kay and there two daughters, Efa and Ona, came to visit us in Australia 9 years ago and they remember the trip ...
... charming, gracious, unpretentious, and very hard working. Reminds us of New Zealanders and Iowans!
We had dinner in the bar at the hotel where an elimination sports game was going on between Co Kilkenny and Co Tipperary. We asked if the game was lacrosse, and were immediately but politely corrected that this "was 'hurling' which is the national game of Ireland!" plus reminded that we were currently ...
... built in the 12th & 13th centuries, the land around it was all forested. Nothing but the green plains now, which makes it difficult to visualize.
The history and significance of the site is once again effectively communicated by the OPW guide. Dave manages the large group very well. I had read some reviews where the renovations being performed at the site had caused a ...
... car with his friends and it only took them 50 minutes one way. Eek! That must have been nice.
After I got to relax a little bit I started talking with my fellow backpackers and we decided to go out since it was all our last night in Kilkenny. We were going to a pub that offered free Irish dancing, but they decided not to have it that night. Oh well, I wasn't sad about it. Let me that there are a lot of French people in Ireland and ...