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... Irish singer and I noticed he was drinking a Beamish. It is an Irish Stout and I ordered one – it was like syrup and delicious. On our way out, the singer gave Bonnie a big hug. He was a former welder and Bonnie is still sore. We now have three sea days before we get back to North America in St. John’s, ...
... the city, but I wanted to do some shopping in peace! There is a very nice shopping area as we leave the ship and John is not really one to shop with so headed our separate ways today. He returned about two for lunch and after that went on a pub crawl looking for some Irish people to talk to but only found an Aussie from Dubbo. Back in time for dinner, of course, and then set sail for ...
... amp; warm contrary to the forecast. We could easily spend a lot if time here - we are hooked. In Kinsale, Jim & I walked a lot - these towns here are so charming - we ate Irish fish & chips (Haddock), salad, Irish wine, & later snacked on a bit of ice cream before rejoining our group. Our guide took all country roads to get us about so the view was pastoral & gorgeous - there ...
... so luckily and came back with a ton of information! They found out that our family that still lives in Ireland lives in a town called Cobh (pronounced Cove).We had already planned on visiting this town because it's the last place that the Titanic stopped before its sinking and they have a museum there now. However, before we went to Cobh on Wednesday I gave them a tour of campus and then we headed to a small town south of Cork ...
... downhill to get some momentum. Unbeknownst to me, Linda had been closing so saw and envied my acceleration downhill, though both the people I passed there were to catch me later. I held on to whatever speed I could, and in the event was happy with 30:14, closer to the half hour than I thought I'd get. Linda was First Lady under 30seconds behind, and convincingly ahead of second. They won't have minded too much, as there are prizes for the series, too, and they'll ...