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I have now worked out how to use the icloud, so I have added other photos to our previous entries. Had an early morning walk around Dingle - looking for a coffee however we have found out the the Irish don't do the early morning thing. Nothing open or even looked like being open, and our breakfast was not until 8.30. Had our best breakfast so far, and then headed off to see the peninsula. What a stunning drive around the coast, and all the little villages. Not much English spoken ...
... rocks supporting a horizontal rock
across the top. From the right angle, it kind of resembled the Greek
letter pi. We walked around for a little while longer and then headed
back for the bus. Unfortunately, Sandy got really sick at this point
and we had to leave the tour prematurely. Back in Galway, she took a
cab back to the hotel to rest and I walked back for the chance to see
more the city. The Salthill Promenade was ...
... is your song.
After I sang my song, the crowd erupted in applause, and a man, one of the leaders sitting up at the bar by the emcee, comes to me and whispers, “Are you Carrie?” When I answered the affirmative, he gave me a big kiss on the cheek and introduced himself. A past Ethnomusicology student at UL had introduced us via email because he would be a great source for my research. I asked him as the evening came to a close if he would ...
Jana wanted something Irish, we weren't sure so we looked in some books and found this really neat clover/trinity knot. She got it on her ankle, haha you should have seen her face when he first started OUCH! But by the end (Jana can take a lot of pain) she was practically sleeping on the table!!!
Well I learned a *********** with getting that tattoo. It turns out when you are engaged to marry someone you are ...
... amazed there was no Customs, we just collected our luggage and headed for the Underground and to the Royal OverSeas League (ROSL) where we are now staying. Once again we have a room on the fifth floor overlooking London sights such as the London Eye, Big Ben and Houses of ...