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... the Sannahans began to leave Ireland and took refuge in Canada, USA and Australia.
We enjoyed our time on this Isle – lots of pubs, restaurants and cafes, music, beer and potatoes galore. The scenery has been fantastic and the people welcoming and friendly. We were surprised and delighted by this lovely Island and could highly recommend a visit, if you haven’t yet been here.
Graeme & ...
... window. One plus is that I'm on the bottom bunk and with being near the window I'll never over heat. Also I have wifi in my room since I am so close to the lobby! Woot woot! It's the small things.
Anyways I got up around 7AM and got ready. I had the free breakfast the hostel provides and even met up with Kyrie (one of the Americans just as she was leaving) and then headed to the bus for 8AM. Today I went out to the Dunmore caves near the city of ...
... we went up the hill to see St. Mary's Church, which Joseph was a member. The gates were locked, so we wandered up the hill some more to see if there was a front entrance. We found a secret little opening in the wall surrounding the hill, and hoped it might be an entrance to the church. Nope, we were peering into someone's yard! So back down the hill we went. The gate to the church was easy to unlock, so we ventured in. The church was ...
... I would be on a site, and instead we did a lot of walking which wasn't ideal for my feet, no insoles and baggy boots. The suggestion is that a few people will change around on Monday but that a few people will stay in their current positions, which makes sense as they need to pass on the knowledge they've just learned. I like the idea of working with stonework and metal, but would rather there was a design already worked out ...
Left Kilkenny and travelled to the south west and south east on a bit of a cultural tour, visiting some lovely places in Counties Kilkenny, Tipperary (didn't take that long) and Wexford.
Saw plenty of castles and ruins (plenty of them), finished up on a ship.
From An La Nua we first went to a medieval town Fethard with lots of old stone stuff. Then visited a variety of "C" towns, starting with Cashel, Clonmel, Cahir and Carrick-On-Suir. ...
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