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We drove to Nenagh (pronounced Nina) and spent an hour there – again driven by the time we could park on the street. Here we visited the local Museum which is in what was the Governor’s house, surrounded by the old gaol. The museum is typical of those in smallish country towns. We were fortunate to be shown over the remaining gaol cells by an enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff member. We even saw where 17 men were ...
... 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 ...
... into our cab companions who passed us yet again, but we would catch up with them later.
As we walked, very satisfied with our choice of the low road, we took to deciding who would be who in the Lord of the Rings. I must say I enjoy the nerdiness of my new companions. Needless to say, Sebastian was deemed as Smeagol for this portion of the journey since he was following us, always a little behind and hard to see, and watching us. Beyond that Sebastian is nothing ...
... when they fed their dog in the kitchen.
Left Derry and drove to Galway driving around the coast road as much as we could saw a lot of great scenery. Saw where they dig up peat then dry it and sell it for burning in their fires. The B & B in Galway was according to mum 200% better than Derry I wasn't that impressed because when I went for a shower at 11pm there was no hot water as they turn the pump ...