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... ask them questions and it went on like that back and forth. We
also danced! It was kind of like contra dancing or line dancing. After an
elegant dinner at the hotel, my friends and I walked around town in search of
more music! I was with Melinda, Haley, Eric, Jessie, blonde Melinda, and Mari.
Megan and Steven were there, too, but they were tired and stayed in.
In some small towns of Ireland like this one, musicians have
jam sessions-much like jazz musicians ...
Happy Friday the 13th. It’s our lucky day!!! We have a new driver today and his name is Monty!!!! He is the best driver ever. Not only can he drive and get us from point A to point B in a timely fashion, but he is funny, charming and very witty. He has a heavy Irish accent, but he is the best!!! He’s adorable and we are so grateful for him!!!!
The spread at breakfast was yummy - fruit, croissants, ...
... Madigan and I had probably my best meal in Ireland. I had Bangers and Mash and it was very good. As they say, save the best for last! Overall, today was a slow day but everyday is an adventure when you're in a different country. I realized that I don't have to doing a different tourist thing everyday in order to have fun. Sometimes just getting lost in Belfast and not finding your hiking trail is all the fun because it's the experiences and not the day tours that ...
... where we split a pizza and some potato leak soup which was to die for. After hanging out for a bit we turned in.
Today was the day! It was Saint Patrick 's Day in Dublin. We slept in a little and took our time getting ready, knowing that the streets of Dublin are quiet before about noon. The parade was a noon so we knew we had to be there a couple of hours before that to get a decent spot to watch it. We put on our ...
... 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 ...