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Travelled to Kildare spending time with the Brigidine sisters, Mary, Phil and Rita. I knew nothing of St Brigid nor the order so a day of learning and deepening awareness. Mark Bateman, principal of St John of God, Naraween, filled me in a little with regards to the key aspects of the Brigidine charism. Mark's school was founded by the Brigidines a little over ...
... than enough so I took one for the team and drank it for her.
Dinner was at a very quaint restaurant called the Glasson Village Restaurant... The food was delicious. It is just starting to get dark and it's almost 10 PM... Time to find some night entertainment.
Went to a local pub at night called the Shamrock... We had the place hopping... playing our loud American music in the juke box... they had no idea what to do with us!! We had a ...
... our way and hope to see more during our stay here. Today was as cold as we have felt. and temp didn't rise above 7 deg C .... made to feel even colder by the wind. All calm tonight so hope it is good tomorrow.
Late leisurely start to the day today. Set off armed with map and instructions from our host. First stop, unscheduled, was at a cattle barn on a back road where a young farmer was feeding the cattle. We struck up ...
... in a vase for us. It is very much like a lovely hotel. We even have our own couch!
So after a bit of red wine and takeaway for dinner I needed to get to bed to prepare for the next days activities.
So Matt is a member of Sligo County Golf Club and we went for a game today. Such an amazing golf course. I don't think I have played on a more devine place! It's a links style course right on the ocean. Needless to say it was pretty cold but I ...
... are about 2.5m long, pretty much the size of a small car, they all have some sort of carving on them. All the stones and quartz were brought in from as far as 90km away which is a huge feat but typical of all of these sites. One kerbstone in particular they say has a calendar on it, 16 months rather than 12, but with fairly obvious divisions and some extra days and it all adds up to the magic 365 (I stole the detailed photo from the ...