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We finally made it out of Thomastown and ventured into my favorite city in Ireland - or at least my favorite to say out loud. It mostly sounds like manamamanama (but only to me)! This pretty town means 'village of the monks'. Emma's mom suggested a stop here to pop into to pet some lambs wool and see how woolen ...
... just a big house but adorned with beautiful furniture and trappings. Jessie and I couldn't wait any longer so finally went to the crystal factory. oMG if I was only rich. We took the tour of the factory and watched the glass blowing, shaping and etching. THe most interesting we're the individual items. I took a photo of Ciaran holding the next Ashes trophy which will be making its way down to Aus very shortly. There was also ...
... behind me who enjoyed kicking my seat. Somewhere over England I asked the mother nicely if she could try to get the child to stop. The child's twin was sitting behind an Irishman in the aisle seat. When he heard me ask, he decided he had had enough of being kicked himself and mentioned it to the mother. Those two had a few words but the kicking did stop. I picked up a Ford Ka, punched Waterford into the GPS and screamed on down the freeway at 120. Somehow the gps ...
... and on to land. Now on land, a taxi was summoned. Jon Redmond was the first Irishman we met (Who Brad miraculously remembered in a later fiasco ). He brought us up the hill and into town where he found the b&b with ease, as he is a professional taxi driver. Our B&B owner, Kay, was so funny and so nice she sat us down right away and made us tea and orange juice and cakes. (Me again): We mentioned to Kay that we would be picking up our rental car in the morning. ...
... to a terrace where we could look down on the rest. St Davids is meant to be UKs smallest city as it has a cathedral.
On to Fishguard and our ferry. What a lovely smooth trip on almost glassy seas - thought you would like to know that Karen and Andrew!
And now we are in Ireland and the warm weather ...
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