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... 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 them once before.
... telling all sorts of stories.
The bus ride to the first stop did me no good at all, because when we got there i spent the first half an hour (of our 1.5 hours - so a third) with my head down the loo. I was not a pretty sight. And I needed to stop myself from eating Paracetemol for lunch.
Luckily, i began to feel better and managed to actually walk without falling over. And i got to one of the Lakes.
And I am so lucky I did.
It was so ...
One of Ireland's most important sites, Glendalough was founded by St Kevin in the 6th century. Although he preferred the life of a hermit, retreating to the cave above the Upper Lake known as St Kevin's Bed, his reputation as a holy man grew and he attracted many followers and Glendalough became a pilgrimage site for centuries afterwards. The ruins of Glendalough, meaning the "valley of the two lakes" are spread along 2 miles of a ...
Below is an article that was submitted to the Ensign Magazine for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on behalf of the Dublin Ireland Stake.
A Special Visit from The Southern Utah Heritage Choir
by Aprih York
From all of us in the Dublin Ireland Stake, we would like to thank the Southern Utah Heritage Choir to have included us while on their twentieth anniversary tour to Ireland. Their passion and testimony of ...
... direction. The best way to minimize jet lag is to get plenty of sunshine the first day, so they intended to take full advantage of the sun! Our plan for dinner was to attend the Irish House Party, a dinner and show of Irish music and dancing. Thank goodness Dennis thought to confirm because we discovered that they had moved since the last time we went there. Now they do dinner upstairs in a pub and the show is across the street in a theater. It's definitely not ...