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... and whistle; Andy played a mean fiddle. They were very funny and knowledgeable about music. They played several tunes that we knew. There were a couple of other trad musicians that sat in on the sessions as well, .it was actually lots of fun. Phil bought a couple of CDs.
Today looks like rain again. We are leaving at 9:00 to pick up the car. Fintan will pick us up at the hotel and take us to the car rental place and then escort us out of ...
... With Lyndal at the wheel, we headed along some winding and extremely narrow roads, at a very cautious pace. The oncoming traffic was not quite so cautious or considerate, and there were some really frantic moments looking for the safest places to pull over to the side of the road. Making our way up the side of a mountain after a stop off at a little seaside town, we encountered a car and a truck in a single lane section. Both of those drivers reversed back ...
... deixa o centro da cidade com um
charme único (tenho vontade de abraçar aquela “agulha). E depois de andar
alguns metro o Rio Liffey dá um toque todo especial para a cidade. Ahh, quantos
finais de tarde eu a Gabi passamos ali depois da academia, sentávamos em uma
das pontes pra fazer um lanche, ainda era dia às 9h da noite e esperávamos as
luzes das pontes acenderem enquanto o sol ia se ponto e a cidade começava a
refletir na superfície do rio. E ...
... process and the history behind making it was very interesting to me, the tour guide was incredibly attractive for an older man, and when we got free drinks they were absolutely delicious. I even bought a jameson chocolate bar at the gift shop. That same day I spent 9 euro on the most exciting pair of pants I have ever owned. The pattern by itself screams "fun pants" so I was very happy with my purchase.
I noticed that in Ireland there were ...
... road until finally spending much time on local roads, narrow single carriageway roads that follow the twisty hedge lines of each field and go up and over every hill. But on these roads we were more likely to see a horse and cart than a big lorry. Dolly was surprised how green all the countryside was, one benefit of all the rain we get in Ireland and the UK, and noted how late were the spring flowers in comparison to what we had in Spain - another timely reminder why I ...