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... only to find it was the last day of ten day arts and craft festival. What luck! We were in time for 11.30 mass in English which was accompanied by beautiful pipe organ music. The Our Father threw us which was said in Irish/Gaelic. Off we set down the street to savour the best the festival had to offer. Many of the shops had overpriced art and craft in them, none of which seemed to appeal to the almost recovered one. It seemed like ...
27/9/2014 Unusual to see a donkey and a pet farm sign featuring a kangaroo but these were not to be the feature today, the town of Knock was. Our Lady of Knock In the late nineteenth century, a vision of Mary, Joseph and John the Baptist and angels was seen on the gable on the outside of a church in Knock by fifteen people whose stories have been accepted by the church. It has become a tourist and pilgrimage destination. A Pope even went there and they put up a ...
... mentioned when Ireland pops into conversation. So, we too made the pilgrimage. Killarny presented itself as an old-hat of the tourist game and was duly accommodating. This evening the females enjoyed and Irish Dancing show, I opted to spent the evening applying for jobs in London, a reality that is creeping ever closer. Laura can fill you in on the Irish dance moves – We had a great evening reliving all of the excitement of River Dance. Whilst this show wasn’t quite ...
Ladies and Gentlemen
I have come before you
To stand behind you
To tell you something
About nothing that I know
A truck filled with bricks ran over a dead dog and killed it
I am sitting at the corner of a round table
This Irish man was drunk and couldnt remember the whole thing so Ill stalk him down the next couple of the nights in the pubs to get the ...
... exit so that you get off the boat quicker.
3. Don’t share water bottles/glasses while you’re traveling. By the time one of you has caught something so has everyone else.
4. Bring hand sanitizer to Europe. Many bathrooms don’t have soap, or have not very good soap.
5. If you want to meet locals in an Irish Pub, sit at the bar. But don’t expect to listen to the music.
Guinness Count = ...