Castle Oaks House Hotel
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... walk around the farm over to Michael's and back through Finucanes.
Joe enjoyed milking the cows morning and night, feeding the calves, milk testing and cow pat dodging. Watch for Joe the farmer photos.
We can't forget Liam Dillon and his cat. And must remember to watch the Granny in LImerick - amazing.
Still more photos to upload from the week - but it is time to go to the Guinness Factory....will finish later.
... the camera looks as wet as Kaeleb. If you didn't know any better you'd think Kaeleb and Chris just got out of the shower and forgot to take their clothes off.
We sit and dry off for a few minutes before a woman announces it's time to walk up to the castle, only the path is flooded so we have to walk a different way. Thankfully, as we walk outside the only place it's raining is under the trees. She guides us up the road, the same way we took to the pub and we ...
... directions which included to go past the first Road Closed" sign but turn right instead of going through the second set of "Road Closed” signs. His instructions were perfect though worrying at the time.
We were invited to join our host and hostess, Desmond and Melanie and another guest, Brian, en famille in the kitchen for dinner which was delightful. Melanie cooked fish and served it with potatoes and green ...
... Kathy needs a dose of Catholicity. Kathy: Hey, I will take any help I can get! Well now I know why we stopped: wow! They had planned this for a long while--we had a little bit of a cultural trade. They had about 10 people from staff including their President to tour around with us. (He's a priest, wears a suit and tie.) We first went to their theater (SPE doesn't even have a 500 seat theater!) where they had a student group of 7 who played a scene from CATS, costumes and ...
... crowd than your typical singer’s club. It just so happened that a new friend of mine who lives there, who was also planning on going to the session, told me I should contact her if I am ever up in Dublin. I contacted, we rendezvoused, and I stayed at her family’s house. We first had a relatively well priced Italian meal in town before taking the Luas electric train thingy to her neighborhood. This family is also a family of traditional musicians and native Irish ...