Barrowville Town House
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It wasn't the most comfortable flight but we made it! Ireland has made a great first impression with a very warm Irish welcome. The people here are super friendly and the landscape is absolutely amazing.
We flew into Dublin, and picked up our rental car. Driving on the "other" side is awkward enough and even more so when you are jet …
With such a painstakingly long update to give, I need to spice things up to keep myself invested enough in completing the post. For this post, I'll start with present day, backtracking over the past week. Sunday, 15th of June - As I sit in the round, mustard-color, 70's style chair in our room at Millbrook, having just finished a chapter of "S" on the window sill, a day of "housekeeping" and relaxing winds down. Bottling a fresh batch of elderflower juice, ...
Each Saturday, my family go to the local organic street market in Carlow to sell their fruits and vegetables, which is approximately one hour from my home. There are many different local farmers out there, you can buy very good and fresh products and it is not expensive at all! You can buy fruits and vegetables, fresh meats, ...
... cross a stream on stepping stones to get to it. Serious. You get into Glendalough and there's a big hotel right in the middle, and then there's an arrow that says, walk this way about 15 minutes then on the other side of the river is the B&B, but if the river is swollen, don't worry, they'll send someone to pick you up. (I assumed this meant they would send a boat across the river.) In any case, the B&B is very pretty and nice, and they even have ...
... to the Cathedral
The police officers who directed us to the Botanical Gardens and Hagley Park,
The members of the Red Cross who looked after us there,
To Geoff and Ross our fellow refugees,. Geoff I hope you eventually got your car back. Ross we are looking forward to meeting your parents in Fenit for that cuppa and we hope you are enjoying Australia as much as we did
To Rex Gibson who picked us out at Burnside school and brought us to the one and ...