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... families out and about and the laughter of children filled the air. We walked around one of the big lakes and then a little ways up the mountain, before walking further along to the old monastery, round tower and cemetery. Apparently this monastery is very important to history and was settled by the Christians in the 6th century.
John tells me that there is a Britton buried in here somewhere, he found ...
... and serene. It seemed like somewhere you could go to comtemplate life.
I didn't walk any further. I just sat on a rock and looked. I'm not even sure what I was looking at!
I just looked out!
And then I went and got myself a small chocolate muffin to take the ever going taste of medicine out of my mouth.
I need to find a better alternative to chcolate muffins.
We hopped back on the bus and had driven no more than half ...
... valley. We ventured here just at dusk and decided to go on a small night hike up to the St Kevin's Church and the 98 famous round tower in the nearby graveyard. Probably the creepiest thing we could possibly do on this day, but it was on our list and we needed to check it off! We might've seen some ghosts but we made it out alive, though we suspect with Emma's night whistling some of the Japanese ghosts might've followed her for a bit ...
... emotionally exhausted we pointed Harold towards the UK to make the long journey back across the channel.
Luxemburg- To break up the drive we spent two nights in the Luxemburg. Going in completely blind this tiny country we were pleasantly surprised with all it had to offer. Spending the day exploring thousand year old market squares, exquisite streetscapes and hillside bunkers from medieval times was a welcome break from the road. The wealth here is amazing, with over ...
... hours without any security screening. The grounds are acres of park, which were used by walkers, bikers, and families with youngsters. We travelled through neighborhoods that flew the British flag, indicating that the neighborhood's residents were loyalists. Other neighborhoods boasted murals with paintings of masked men carrying automatic rifles. We saw a mess of churches and cathedrals from various time periods. There's a wonderful statue of ...