Abbeyleix Manor Hotel
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... waits for us to pass. He is just pulling out of a field. We continue down the road, it is getting smaller, and smaller, narrower and narrower, brush is hitting the sides of the car, you can hear the paint scratching and then the road is gone!! Nothing but a wall of shrubs in front of us. Ron is feeling a bit panicky, he thinks he is going to have to back up for a very long ways before being able to turn around. Harry had seen a gate to a field ...
... taster - a proud moment! After dining at the distillery the girls went for a look through the infamous Arnotts department store whilst the boys found a pub for a pint. Then we all travelled to the beautiful seaside village of Howth. Following a picturesque walk along the pier it was back home to rest up for tomorrow's trip to ...
... on the coach and we drove 90 minutes and arrived in Cashel.
In Cashel we saw the rock of Cashel. It has a castle on it, the castle was under renovations and it was raining. After seeing the rock we walked to the main town and went to a cafe for lunch. The food was good – just a burger but it was nice. Then we walked back to the coach and drove for about 1hr. Here i listened to my ipod until we arrived in Kilkenny.
In Kilkenny we went straight to ...
... the quay by the River Shannnon. We were the 6th group and as more groups came in, we began to play for each other and that by far was the most fun. Making friends with international bands as well as some from the states. It was a great day in Limerick. And then back on the coach for the ride back to Dublin. Tonight we are at a private Ceili where we are learning traditional Irish ...
... Joe's "I have waterproof trousers in the car". All visitors are asked to go via the centre, then bussed to the monuments. We started at Knowth. Newgrange is the more famous, and has a safe passage to allow you to walk in, but Knowth is actually the bigger, with megalithic art everywhere. It took 13 years to excavate Newgrange, but 40 for Knowth, some difference. These huge mounds, formed by making the one (Newgrange) and two (Knowth) ...