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... physical traits in your uncles and aunts, and cousins that you’ve grown up seeing in your father, and yourself and sister and mother even, and it’s a point where you see the grander picture, and theyre all soo supportive and loving, and wish me the best. I’m so incredibly happy to be here in Ireland.
PS> who is this Mark McGolly character?!?! Ha, hes the 1st person I meet in Ireland who works for Customs, and everyone laughs so ahrd ...
... not need to print our tickets just show them on our phone but there was also a internet care at the airport...good to know for next time. We hoped on to our plane and were upgrade to the spacious emergency exit row. We landed in Dublin and hopped on the Airlink bus which took us to the heart of Edinburgh we then made an educated guess at which bus to take our to our B&B. We made it just as our phone GPS died...good thing I memorized our last three ...
... leave due to gross conditions. My room was right above them. My room had quite the pungent odor, but it paled in comparison to the smell in my tiny bathroom. Between the mold covered shower and the squished down carpet (I thought it was a cork floor at first), it smelled like an old pet store. I had to hold my breath everytime I was in there. And when showering, I had to be so careful not to make contact with any wall from fear ...
... possible lunch plans for the next day, then said goodbye and walked back to the hostel. The security guy out the front unlocked the kitchen for us so we could sneak our beers out, under the pretense of eating the leftover risotto. (Alcohol isn't allowed in the rooms) So we put the beers in our pockets and headed up to the room where Darren finished off both the beers with only a few sips help from me, before I got in bed and stayed ...
... I went for a little wander taking care not to stray too far from the known.
I was warmly greeted by Patricia and we had a chat about my Lally family, Loughrea and the workhouse. This is the same family I discussed with Stephen Lally when in Oxford.. my 3x great-grandmother, Mary Ann, and her sister were taken from the workhouse and offered the chance of a new life in Australia.
I have corresponded with Patricia before and she has supplied me with as ...