Celtic Lodge Guesthouse
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... the effort that is put into standing up and moving forward when life hands you a wall or a mountain to climb.
I am grateful to J. for our time together and I will take on this challenge to better myself. This may be my last chance to save my own life in so many ways. I will be a much more confident, happy, and legitimate soul if I put myself through this necessary fire of change. I have a lot of work to do and I hope now having seen these things in myself ...
... ve been noticing the theme here, O'Brien's tower, O'Brien's Bridge, O'Brien's Cafe. We basically tried to see as much as we can with O'Brien in it, since that is Shannen's last name).
The last thing we saw before leaving was the Dublin Spire, a giant monument almost 400 feet in length! I took a picture worth checking out in this blog post that looks like it is actually going all the way up through the clouds!
We boarded our plane as the sun was ...
So, the course finished yesterday and I am missing it already. Not to mention the eleven amazing women that I shared this experience with. We are all keeping in touch, to support each other on the long journey to publication. Quite a few of them are also coming to Bellingen in June for the writers festival. And our first reunion will be at the Australasian Historical Novel Conference in Sydney ...
We have a busy day planned: The National Museum of Ireland: Archeology, Christ Church, Dublin Castle, and Iveagh Gardens. Eating breakfast in our family suite, which boasts a small kitchen and table we look at the opening hours of our sights so we can plan accordingly. Iveagh Gardens opens at 8am, nothing else opens until 10am, so we decide to make that our first stop. The hotel has generously offered to allow us to keep the car parked in their lot all day, ...
... and this is where we got our certificates in Guinness pouring. You go in and the actually teach you how to pour a perfect pint of Guinness (it must stand for 119.5seconds in between pours to be perfect). With our perfect pints in hand we headed up to the Gravity Bar and checked out the view of Dublin. It was packed but we managed to get a few snapps and enjoy a good pint.
After some lunch and a look through the souvenir shop we had to make tracks for ...