Abrae Court Guesthouse
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... Medieval monastic settlement founded in
the 6th century by St Kevin, a hermit priest. The ruins and cemetery seem to
hold the energy of its time in spite of the visitors. It could be due to the
setting, so much a part of the raw landscape which supported it and refuses to
be softened and tamed. Then we drove through an area of bleak but beautiful
peat hags called Sally Gap. The moorlands overlooking craggy valleys are simply
... it isn't.
We saw the Mary Malone statue and I had to sing the song to Ashleigh and the it was on in a shop that we went too.
Scott tried soda bread this morning and we had freshly made welsh cakes yesterday so we are certainly sampling the local fare.
Another free night tonight so we will need to look for somewhere to eat. It isn't dark here until 8pm.
... of new foods and customs. Who knew Salmon and grapefruit was a breakfast dish!
I have done some exploring around Dublin, but mostly just going into town to grocery shop and pick up things for the apartment. It is safe to say that the store "Tesco" has become Lucy and I's best friend! Last week we got a free shuttle to IKEA, which is always an adventure! Lucy and I were told the wrong location for the bus so we had to sprint and wave down the bus ...
... on after I finally made it up those steps). 900 bells in that belfry, by the way, and that's no typo.We also toured and had lunch in the crypt. St. Peter's wasn't as interesting. As we were walking through, a priest came up to us and said in a rather stern voice,"the service is about to begin, please sit down". so, we did and after he got everyone else rounded up, we enjoyed a lovely Evensong ...
... all. It was at lease three euros before we saw any blades. ;). The cabbie in London was also a bit off on his description of our neighborhood. But his was way more racist. We were in a brown area he said. "They won't harm you." The travel Vortex is the day you leave one location headed for another place. You don't have carte Blanche to do whatever you want that day because you have time limits, but you also want to do more than just pack and go to the ...