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... as well. After the eventful evening, we skyped with friends and family. I skyped both my parents and Tray in the formal sitting room, had some good chats. Joined in on Lynn's skype in the kitchen for a bit. Afterwards, Lynn comes upstairs to tell me Lupus pooped, but she was going to act like she didn't see it and have someone else find it. Naturally, I had to go clean it up asap. What a bum. Damnit Lynn.
Sunday, June 29
The day began with a little more dog ...
This is the first thing I saw when I arrived on this farm. This red and big thing starring at me each day when I pass in front of it. This old and strong thing who is so noisy in the morning during my days off. Since the first day of my immersion my dream was to have the chance one day to be alone with you to know more about you and your features. This day was today; I drove ...
... the car, took someone's side window off because it was either that or hit the car coming at us around the scary corner and then switched drivers and eventually I found our hostel again. We spent the day exploring Kilkenny, we went up to the top of a tower of a cathedral and had lunch at a place called choco latte. We had dinner at a nice little pub that let me pour my own Guinness, and the food ...
... monastery, stands up against a river, where it was founded by Norman colonists in the late 12th century. It stood there for three hundred years in active use until 1540, when it was dissolved by Henry VIII and its property given, by his order, to the Ninth Earl of Ormonde, James Butler.
When we got out of the car at Kells, at about 11 in the morning, it was still cool, and foggy as ...
... when I saw the house, it all feels very strange but very good! So far there also appears to be no jetlag. Slept last night from 7pm until 8am this morning which, as Lucy knows, is just a camping sleep. All in all, I'm very happy to be home. Had a wonderful trip but all good things must come to an end and it's definitely time to get back into ...