Abbeyleix Manor Hotel
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so lydia is taking me to some secret, wonderful place. everyone she tells about where we are going gets so excited. im therefore very excited. my back has been hurting a lot lately, though, so the 2 and a half hour drive worries me. but i tried to be proactive today ...
Saturday, September 6
Weather: Sunny day
Our journey today took us to Cashel, Ireland and the Rock of Cashel. Our route planned (Ha) we headed west. Over hill and dale, left, right, lookout for the tractor, we finally made it to Cashel. We are getting much better at navigating the narrow Irish roads.
The Rock of Cashel sits high above the plains of Tipperary. From ...
Thursday, July 9th
First day on the job. We scarf a bowl of cereal, a cup of coffee, and meet up with Karl. Our day consists of currant picking and weeding. Isn't so bad. The fresh currants would go towards a heavenly black currant cake that Jenny would make that evening. Unfortunately for Lynn, the currants came at the cost of a bee sting on her wittle finger. After some weeding, we went inside ...
... is told to get us out of the city centre asap as they have heard that there is an Orange Union demonstration on their way in.
The Orange Union still manage to cause trouble at will, even when the wars have stopped. Funny thing is that most of the trouble makers are the younger generation between 17 and 20 year olds that weren’t even alive when this all started. Hopefully all went well, I feel so much for the ...
... 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) ...