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First night in Ireland. We arrived wet and tired. Had a little trouble finding someone to check us in, but once we did they were very casual and friendly. Nice enough hotel, nothing fancy.
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... we are yet to sort out the link but will do so Sunday. It was a wonderful time with them all. Mary Pilkington is a really lovely warm lady and is very excited to have her Australian cousins in town.
Saturday September 12
Not raining yay! Set off for Galway about an hours drive away. No sat Nav, I think my map reading skills are very good, (yes Mads that's what I am now claiming!) I'm sure it helps that Anne is ...
... heart sigh in appreciation. Not kidding, they were excellent. I even got up and learned how to do some simple Irish paired dancing before 'performing' it to our little crowd with three of the others on the tour. This has been one of my favourite nights of the entire holiday. I'm going to miss this kind of music and incredible pub atmosphere so much when I get home!! There's just something about it that has won me over, heart and ...
... in hot water. Daniel's "sting" is mild as he probably pulled back his foot quickly and didn't step down too hard. Grown men have it the worst because they step down heavy and get stung badly. They are usually lying on the ground crying in pain. Daniel's fine after a little while of soaking. All the while Eve is playing in the sand building a monument in the sand to commemorate Daniel's bravery. Just before Daniel arrived to where Eve's monument was, ...
... we were super excited to get off.
Day 2: We arrived in Shannon a little bit late due to our second flight, but our Tour Director Terry was still easy to find. He enthusiastically shook my hand and said, "You must be Tara (he pronounced my name as it looks)." I corrected him, saying "My name is Ter-a." He laughed and said my name is pronounced Tara in Ireland. I went with it, and even got used to it. I am okay now with ...
... for a minute. Everyone we met along the trip told us that we had to go to Galway. It was a must see. Unfortunately it was not as impactful to us. Starting our trip in Dublin we did see the older city and the three of us preferred the scenic greenery and quaint villages and towns of Ireland to them. After seeing Dublin City the city of Galway, although modern, wasn't as appealing to us. Galway also has breathtaking views ...