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... Were traveling by steam ship. The journey should take about 2 weeks. I've heard some people don't make it all the way to Ellis Island. I'm scared but also excited for this new adventure to the free land. Well, It's time to board the ship. Wish me and my family ...
... the way to the epicenter of population in Connemara, Clifden, for a bite to eat and back to the city of Galway. The town of Clifden was founded by the Galway General D'arcy. The Kylemore castle was built as a wedding gift from husband to wife, though after only three years of the couple's inhabitance of the castle, the wife passed away from disease. Until a few years ago, the Abbey was run by Benedictine nuns as a school for girls.
... ecumenical vibe and of course Dublin for it's outrageous craic. Interestingly, Belfast also celebrates the Holi Festival of Colours, a Hindu celebration for spring. St George's Market and this year the King's Hall host a fantastic cultural festival of Indian dance and music and of course in the end, participants have a large scale paint fight!
For the centennary of the launch of the Titanic, Belfast embarked upon a month long Titanic ...
today was pretty much a travel day. Drove from Dingle to Shannon, meandering along the way. driving is getting better, only 1 near miss today. hooked up with the family at the B&B in Shannon. It is very cute. Mary is a little stressed about everything. out to dinner now so we can get wifi. Getting ready for ...
... in time for Mum's birthday. We took her to Howth which is a sea side town, where there are seals which are awesome. We had a huge seafood lunch and came home for cake and roast pork, delicious.
It is getting a lot colder here, we have the fire going most nights, and most days it rains, I'm glad I was here in the summer, autumn time because Winter looks like it will be a *****.