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... again as we passed thru Arklow! The golden sands of Brittas Bay. The tiniest narrow country lanes of the Michael Collins Way, a scenic drive which we found ourselves on, you think you're in the middle of nowhere, then these houses tucked away surrounding you. We saw a sign - St Kevin's Church, wow, better get a pic and kev said he'd say a prayer, joke on us - it was Anglican! - and the doors were locked, but that too was in the middle of nowhere. ...
... the city of Trim and never knew "Braveheart" had been filmed there. As you'll see in some of the following, it's not that they ignore the fact of the filming but they go to no extraordinary lengths to promote it either. Why is that? My own conclusion is that they are a little put off that the castle's notoriety has come more from the movie than its nearly millennia-old history.
The huge hearth in the family room with chimney above. It got drafty ...
... platters, and they didn't even do footlongs! Taken aback by this, I decided not to have anything, but Daniel ordered two wraps. On the way out, we found the steps that led to the actual Subway store that was located above the convenience store, not the back! End result: I enjoyed Subway, and Daniel had dodgy convenience store food. Sucker. And poetic justice for that punch you prick. Happily devouring my sandwich, we made our way home to the hotel, another big day ...
... is still going on today in Iraq.
In the end Marian and I spent 4 nights at Marian's sister's house in Sandymount whilst we waited for some stormy weather to pass. It made a pleasant change and I was able to rest my left knee which had acquired a curious pain during last weekend's walking round Belfast.
... but the cooks really saw it. It was just busing tables and I think I did pretty good, it's a hard thing to screw up.
Anyway, apparently it wasn't just to see if I was competent but a competition. Some other guy that worked in the afternoon got the job. I didn't think not getting a bus boy job would be devastating but it was a pretty swift kick to the gut, definitely the lowlight of week 2. It seemed like such a good place to work, it was three blocks away from ...