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... it was rather interesting to speak to a guy like that. Turns out he is a gravedigger back in New Zealand. I noticed him taking up an immediate, very slight defensive posture when I asked him what he does for a living. Once I started asking him questions about it and acting fascinated (which I really was!) he notably opened up. He seemed very proud when he proclaimed that he loved his job. I mention this because this is something I have noticed quite a ...
... at a hotel that is near the city centre and Eyre Square. This time I am staying at The Salthill Hotel on the Promenade. My room has striking views of the ocean and it is a quieter setting, which I think I will like very much.
Journey to Dinner
I decided that I needed a walk after a brief nap today so I decided to head down to the promenade after about 15 minutes of walking it began to downpour. The good news is that I had ...
... which included some very busy little streets in lots of rain. Despite the rain it was still a very cute Christmassy scene. We also had tea at a gorgeous little tea shop called cupaun tae. And I discovered an amazing shop called Pennys which sells loads of stuff for prizes that would seem crazy in Oz. Loved it!
CHRISTMAS DAY!!! Woke up ...
... Which now our water protector we used on our bags is starting to wear away. We went searching for a bar and had a few followers. The bars we came across were all closed so we went back to the bike shop and left out bags and followers to find the only bar open on the island. We got a drink and talked to local on the island and he confirmed our thoughts about what there was to do on the island- drink and smoke. We also talked about the Irish history, which I think is ...
... and my gate wouldn’t even open for an hour.
When we were flying into Shannon, all I could see were green fields, and the closer we got to land, small white specks starting appearing which later turned into sheep and cows. Much better than the buildings you see flying into Dulles. I was THRILLED when my luggage came through first on the baggage claim. That was my biggest fear, I had already asked my mom what to do when my bags didn’t show (about ...