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... No time to think about John Wayne, I need to get out of here quick. As I fought my way out of this place I kept getting stymied by people rushing to get in. At this point I miraculously found a small train of people who were also trying to fight there way out so I hocked up behind them and let them fight the crowd. At one point I said something like, "hey shoot the gap and keep going forward" to ...
... are both brewed in Kilkenny and have been since the 1700s. Apparently both are now owned by Guinness which is publicly traded (random fun fact that the majority of shares held in Japan). We certainly have enjoyed the history and cultural lessons afforded to us by sitting in quiet bars and talking to the bar tenders and other guests. Two females seem to be a magnet for friendly Irish folk to stop and chat. We learned more about what to see and do and what ...
... called Cashel to visit the Rock of Cashel in the county Tipperary. It is another form of ruin from medieval times and this one had a grave yard with it. Mal, being Mal, was photo bombing people from behind the tombstones. They are certainly getting their moneys worth in entertainment on this trip. :-)
We had tea and scones at a little place near the rock, Granny something or others. She was certainly no granny, but ...
... where we had dinner. They were so sweet! Dinner done sleep, hope I feel better in the morning. It's Sunday and we're off to Dublin today, still feeling a bit flat, but Steve is trying hard to make me smile. Our first stop is Wicklow, looks like a lovely little town but it's Sunday and only ten o'clock and nothing is open, so we head on. We are off to Wicklow Mountain National Park where parts of P. S I Love You was filmed. ...
... in the summers of 2011 and 2012 I was a volunteer at Camp Korey for a couple weeks each summer. Zita came over from Ireland to work as Summer Staff for those summers, so we knew each other from that. When I told her I was coming to Dublin she graciously offered for Melissa and I to stay with her and her family. We went out to a great burger place and then went back to Zita's to crash.
The next morning we got up and had breakfast then went ...