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... on time. it was pretty chilly this morning, so we layered up. we rented bikes as soon as we got to the island. it is a small island and easy to bike around. Great scenery, which you can see in the video and pics. we even got off road on a cow path, so it felt like we were really biking. Lunch at a tiny cafe. I decided to finally try the hamburger...big mistake. Weird, mushy, crazy sauce, tasted a lot like meatloaf, which I don't ...
... Ok!!! So shes all over him the first night and He was running away from her the whole night the next day you could hardly find him because he was hiding from her! She’s a very nice kind of crazy girl from Paris- hence the name frenchie. She told me I have a childlike essence and its beautiful, so that was very nice! So last night when Jana and I walked into Joe Macs she was there sitting by him I came in tried to save him and he was a rude ******* ...
... got 7 years in prison! This news had turned into the talk of Ireland, hearing it all over the radio, in grocery stores, and we'd continue to hear about this in the days to come. "Did ye hear about da lad who offed the cop and only got a seven'er?" After recovering from the snake venom medicine, we took a turn down a side road leading to the sea when a man driving a carriage barked at us.
“Nuttin down thar!” It seemed more like a ...
... talking and give it away with their accents. I looked around at all the people and tried to see if I would be able to automatically tell they were European even if they were in America. I couldn't quite get it. I guess fashion is slightly different but I don't think it's obvious.
The ferry arrived and we started boarding. When we had first got there we were the only ones and we figured they weren't very busy when tourist season ended. ...
... on the hill. Then off to the pub for toasted ham and cheese sandwiches and Guiness for the adults among us.
We headed back to the mainland - the trip back considerably smoother but more crowded and oddly, wetter. We stopped off in Kiilfenora to see some very old celtic crosses (12th cent.) and then went out to Jim Hehir's house where the clan had an impromptu feast put on by Jim and his wife.