Tavistock Guest House
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... spread to Ireland in the 400's. The monastery there was raided by the Vikings in the ninth century (very destructive, those Vikings) who were after the valuables kept there, like silver. It is called today "the city of saints and scholars" as it has a strong educational tradition.
So I proceeded to direct us through the narrow winding streets lined with ancient rows of houses and jammed with cars trying to go both ways ...
... rugby balls, kiwifruit, cricket bats and silver ferns- best secret santa present ever!
We then went out for a three course meal at a highly rated local restaurant, helped along with copious amounts of wine!
Finally we ended up at an outdoor club.. bit cold in December for outdoors clubbing but more drinks and dancing helped!
All round it was a pretty epic Christmas party! Looking forward to next year already!
... junk food. Well deserved after a productive and stressful day. Woke up early on Tuesday. Dragged Bronnie out of bed. Such a teenager when it comes to sleeping. But after coffee and some banging music we headed down to Saundersfoot, a small village close to Tenby for some adventure. Bilbo and Gandalf Bronnie said. I said more like the girls in sex and the city. Most people agreed with me. Beaches and the coast line along Saundersfoot are even better ...
... amaze,and a well and a chapel, kitchens,and a haven for pigeons,many apartments for them,
.A good guide,Lynn Hand was her name ,from Aberdeen, and she was delighted to know I was from NZ ..because she was an exchange teacher 25 years ago,and Raewyn, she taught in Wakworth,and remembered your maiden name as amongst her pupils she felt, was a Wenzlick..what a small world it is,anyway she was excellent..
We had time in Conway to explore, walk through this ancient, pretty ...
... of a crash.
When we arrived in Dublin we were dropped off at the Guinness brewery for the optional. Here we did a group picture and then those going into the brewery went in. I had done the brewery
before so decided not to do it. I went with Melissa and we did our own thing. Matt – our driver drove us to the kilmainham gaol, as it was on his way to what he had to do. We then walked up to the kilmainham gaol, got ...