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... From here we go to Cashel. We plan on touring the Rock of Cashel today before checking in at Peggy O'Neill's B&B. We've got the GPS set to take us to Cashel and we've got a map if all else fails.
I meant to write that yesterday Phil kept leading us past the Molly Malone statue. He took a couple more pics. I was watching him very closely, so there was no additional groping or other lewd behavior!
We've been sleeping with the ...
... a bit different, and I wonder how many people walking home after a big night fall over and break their ankles. Some of the pubs were starting to open up as there was a big hurling final on later in the afternoon (more on that later) and they were all decorated with streamers and balloons in the club colours. Back onto the bus, with the next stop being the Guinness Storehouse. What an amazing story this is. The Guinness site is huge - about the size of a small suburb, ...
Well here we are. It's our last day here in Ireland taking it easy while we slowly pack our bags for the flight back to St. Johns in the wee hours of the morn. Twenty-four days in total with a seven day trip over to Edinburgh in the midst of it all. Did we see everything we wanted? Not by a long shot. There's never enough time to see and experience it all but we made a pretty good dent any way. Our last couple of days here in Dublin has been ...
... than the text. Four monks
who lived in isolation on Skellig Michael Island, 6 miles off the coast of
Ireland started it in 800 AD. They spent their entire lives working on this one
book. They lived in isolation because that is what the Christian belief was at
the time-probably because they wanted to hide from the Romans, who were pagan.
You can still visit the island to this day and see the little stone cells they
each lived in. The Book of Kells is ...
... lights in the backdrop and patters surrounding it. We had traditional Irish food, water served in a Smirnoff glass (which I stole), and enjoyed the show along with other groups from around the world. The man and woman sitting next to me where French and I somehow convinced them I spoke and understood the language. I would just laugh when they laughed. All my friends thought it was hilarious. The show started with a few men playing traditional Irish folk songs on various ...