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... a mixture of codes - a round ball like soccer which they can bounce like Aussie rules. They don't wear the bondage outfits the Aussies wear and the goalposts combine the net of soccer with the higher posts of rugby. Whatever - its still a bunch of blokes chasing a ball round a paddock.
Tomorrow (actually today) we're off to chase down family homesteads. Now if I could stop waking at 4 in the morning things would be good.
... we also did the tour here so we got a bit of the history of the fort.
After a busy day back to Ard Na Greine and a home cooked meal. We promised Norma we would be back by 6.30 and we only just made it after taking a few more wrong turns. Very confusing at roundabouts . Norma had to go to Mass for a friend that died whilst Rod and I watched the house . We had our instructions if a traveller arrived and Rod was all prepared. He knew which rooms were free. ...
... to take on passengers before setting off across the Atlantic. We visited the original White Star offices and took the Titanic Tour which was a very informative and enjoyable tour where we took on the personas of two of the original passengers who embarked on the Titanic. Unfortunately Dawn didn't survive!!!
Next stop was Cork - checked into ...
... waiting for our next class. The Irish girls dress up sooo much for class it's crazy! I wear those clothes on my super fancy days and they wear dresses and skirts, yada yada every single day! They also wear stockings and shorts which is really funny, but also kind of cool! I'm going to try it at least once before I leave and see how it goes.. Haha the next class I went to was An Introduction to Contemporary Religions of the World. It was in a HUGE lecture hall which was so ...
... a "Secondary" road a.k.a. as an "A" road. We have not been on any of these yet, but will later on in the trip. Next down is labeled with an "R". For example we took the R569 from the N22 the rest of the way into Kenmare. These are also known as "B" roads. Carrie and Leslie, who have traveled these roads before me, say that these are roads that someday would like to "B" a road. Actually, the roads are fine as far as being well paved with not many potholes. But my god are ...