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Saw Westminster Abbey and a play while in London. We are now back in Canada with Annette's family for the " Joly Annuel " Golf Tournament. Saying goodbye and hope to see you all real soon!
... since they were getting ready to conduct a huge funeral. Not the most impressive cathedral we have seen. The majority of the country is Catholic, but Saint Patrick's is not a Catholic Church. Jonathan Swift was dean here in the 1700's. After the church, we went to Trinity College Library to see mainly the Book of Kells an Irish medieval gospel manuscript. To us the ...
... aboard the Docklands tour which took us to the Jeanie Johnston, tall ship and famine museum. Terrible the way these immigrants had to travel. Crossed the Liffey back to the Temple bar area for a progressive dinner and pub crawl again. Lots of street entertainment, bands mainly. 10pm bed after we had sorted Wednesdays ...
Hey Peeps, well this is it... Ground zero, the beginning of our journey. Many have asked about me doing this blog again like we did for our honeymoon a few years ago, so much obliged. I am giving it a go and will hopefully deliver an entertaining source of verbal lunguist-in-isms for you in a bleak but optimistic attempt at painting vivid imagery of our daily journeys. I guess I should backtrack for a quick second here before ...
... clarifying the rules. I don't understand why this sport isn't played outside of Ireland??
We said goodbye to Spud, Dublin, and Ireland. With DH spinning both emotionally and physically, I wasn't sure we should continue our travels but the warmth and comfort of Ireland was probably as good as any medicine we could have injected her with (although admittedly the mystery pain pills we picked up in Mexico have become something of a BFF for ...