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... walk - Wicklow Way. Both the Military Road and Wicklow Way have much bog land. The cutting of peat from these areas is a thriving business. We then made our way through Kilkenny, around the castle and onto Cashel. Upon entering this town, you round a corner and looking down on the road is the Rock of Cashel. A very imposing figure on the landscape. The Rock of Cashel started life ...
... B & B, greeted us at the door and suggested we head down to the Horse and Jockey for a quick dinner before they stopped serving food. We enjoyed another delicious late night dinner and had fun looking at pictures of many years of hurling history in Tipperary. We feel so blessed to be on this trip experiencing these many beautiful, historic cities and villages while meeting the kindest and most generous people.
Ireland is truly everything you imagine it to be.
... Weirdly he also has a brother living in Kyabram no less - so he and Ant had a chat about that! The weather was kind with the sun shining as they exited the church and we all got to pose in a big group photo.Both families made special effort to welcome us and introduce themselves and we had a good time getting to know them better at the reception and throughout the weekend - just lovely people!With the reception being ...
... to very remote parts of Australia from time to time to visit his sister. All in all he was a friendly guy and very agreeable, although he really cracked Travis up with his disgruntled noises at slower cars.
Andy dropped us off by the visitor center and Jake had the brilliant idea to buy a map of the walking trails. We then set off. This was around 11 AM.
About 10-15 minutes into the walk is the beautiful and ancient monastery that was built around ...
... the cow. Rained on and off during the day, but never very hard. made it to dingle and ran into Jim and Sallie and the boys. Jim joined us for a beer while we ate dinner at Murphy's Pub. I had an excellent Dingle Bay salmon. we have sampled the Guinness, the cider and smith wick. (Tom will order anything and we get to taste) Getting pretty late. I emailed the pictures to the blog, but too tired to wait to publish them. They might not hit the blog until ...