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Yolo! Today we had a very long travel day. We drove about 3 hours from Westport to here. And "here" is Derry, Northern Ireland. We first parked at our B&B and unloaded our suitcases, then we went to go buy tickets for a tour bus. We hadn't had lunch, since we were in the car and just had breakfast before we left, so my mom bought us Pringles and a Kitkat, because that was all they had. It wasn't the healthiest thing we ...
... sample of the rehearsal tonight….. Hope we can get it up loaded. If not - you didn’t miss much. haha If anything we are trying to practice so that we can learn to put a real snippet from tomorrow’s concert.
Well it was a full day today without much down time. We are busy, but having a great time so far. Everyone is happy and healthy!
Tomorrow will be the first of our 5 concerts here in Ireland! I’m ...
... it can play on any Windows computer. We then hopped on a bus to Dublin and had a quick supper at the Hairy Lemon before Uncle John flew to London. I tried one of their desserts that looked strange, bread and butter pudding. It was essentially bread and butter, soaked in custard. It was sooo good! It slides down the throat really easily and isn't overly sweet either. -- ...
... purposes. The construction of it was very unique, and I hope to recreate a scaled down version when I come home.
After Grianan Ailigh, we made an unscheduled stop at a museum called "The Old Church Museum". It was a very nice, interactive museum, even featuring a thatched-roof building out front in which a history lesson was given by a Druid woman via projector - just like Princess Leia in Star Wars when she was pleading with Obi ...
... descents into the rock-ridden sea below. Adding to the allure of this site is the treasure trove of pearls, rubies, gold, and other valuables retrieved in the 60s from one of the Spanish Armada ships that sank along this treacherous shore in 1588. Imagine- a treasure lost in the sea and then found over 400 years later with so many intact objects now housed in Belfast (and we see them when we are there). Further along the coast, we come to the famed Carrick-a-Rede, a ...
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