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It was cold this morning with thin ice on car. Thawed off very quickly though as the day heated up. Firstly it was laundry time again. Negotiated our way around town and dropped it off. After driving a few more laps and seeing most of the sights decided to take off for a quick drive to a heritage centre. Well that was another 90 odd ks. Very scenic …
... car around southern Ireland like I knew what I was doing. When I think about the first time I drove in the UK a few years ago, and my driving now, I can truly say there has been some positive progress. Anyway, I returned to the B and B and called it an evening as I had a full day in mind for Sunday.
First on Sunday's agenda was to visit Blarney Castle and ...
... our beautiful BB was at Kinsale. The BB was out in farmland overlooking green pastures and river inlet to the bay. We visited the famous Charles Fort overlooking the bay and plenty of yachts. Again a quaint little seaside town with colorful shops/houses. We also drove out to Old Head with magnificent views of the Atlantic and a wonderful golf course that the boys really wanted to play on - another time! What an action packed day - we were all ...
... my sister and Dad, whose been touring London and even Paris for the past 5 days arrive. After a successful jaunt into downtown Cork today Elizabeth feels pretty comfortable picking them up at the airport tomorrow morning.
Chris gets home just in time to put the finishing touches on the guacamole. The nachos look the same as at home, refried beans, cheddar cheese, diced canned tomatoes with salsa, sour cream and homemade guacamole. The kids eagerly dive into their plate ...
... much free time I often go off exploring around the city with friends. Last night was my second night out at the pub and it was a blast. I love meeting new Irish friends! They often ask "What's the craic?" which I figured out translates as "what's up?" There are still many sayings I need to catch onto, but it will take time.
Since we have to grocery shop and cook all of our own food here, I am starting to become ...