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Had a lovely Irish breakfast at our Dublin hotel and then headed out. On route to Belfast we visited Newgrange and Knowth. These are Irish passage tombs from 3000BC. Older than the pyramids and stonehenge too. These great burial mounds are surrounded by massive kerb stones with intricate carvings in them. These stones are approx 6 tons each and were collected from rocky areas 15 miles away. How, they don't know. These Neolithic age people also used white quartz rocks ...
... music and song alive, performed. Unfortunately they had more enthusiasm than talent. We didn't stay to the end because we have to be up at 4 in the morning. It was really hard saying goodbye to most of these people because we had had such a good time together. Even Joe the tour leader said that it was one of the best groups he had had on tour. So the first phase of our trip has finished and tomorrow we are on our ...
... to be buried. There was a bit of a mix up here with an audio visual we were supposed to view. So instead of watching the show and then having an hour free time, we had 30 minutes, then the screening, then another 30 minutes. Lunch time was in this mix. It all went wrong when the guy introducing the video decided to do some self promotion of a book he had just had published. He went on and on. Finally the video was screened but it wasn't ...
... went to a nearby pub to pay homage to the brew.
We attempted some shopping in Dundalk but Irish goods are few and far between. Shopping is very "americanized" with similar products to what we get at home.
We stopped in Slane for the evening and enjoyed some haute cuisine at the local hotel.
The rain continues to fall with a few dry intervals in between. The vegetation away from the coasts is very lush and reminds us of Vancouver.
... from Belfast or Dublin put paid to that idea. Bucharest then became the starting point and B-O-B have been very good in helping to plan this trip.
On Tuesday 13 May I sent one of the little work trucks into the B-O-B depot in Dublin to collect a shipping crate to bring up to Newry. This saved me from having to ride to Dublin then having to get someone to follow me down to take me ...
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