Conyngham Arms Hotel
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... so that we ended up leaving at about 2am (an early night) because there was that many people it was crazy….remembering it was a Monday night, we couldn’t believe it. Maybe there was a lot of people calling in sick tomorrow. We ran into 2 local girls who were thrilled by our Aussies accents, they told us that tomorrow would be even crazier. I guess we will have to be the judge ourselves.
Tuesday 22nd July
Our usual wake ...
We spent a good part of the day looking around Emyvale and Monaghan. County Monaghan is sistered with Prince Edward Island, which is the birthplace of my parents. Also Emyvale is the same village in PEI where my mother grew up. It is interesting how the geography is so similar for both communities. We asked around for some connections to the McGinn name and looked in a few cemeteries but it seems that McKenna is the prominent family of this area.
... even had a floor of an art show of self portraits and art relating to music. Cool. Very interesting start to the day
Took the Corrib River bridge walk and ended up at St. Nicholas church. Extraordinarily beautiful. Inside was all polished stone, kept immaculate , and you could take pictures in the church, it was in the shape if a cross, mahogany pews on all 4 sides of the altar, but the best was the stations of the cross as they were sculptures, 5 feet by 4 ...
... in an irish pub on St Paddy's Day. We headed along Grafton Street which is know as a shopping street where hundreds of young people had gathered outside of McDonald's and were almost stupendously drunk. As we headed to the pub a couple of my friends and I decided that the craziness also known as St Paddy's day was almost too much and we headed back home to recuperate from it.
So we ended our day. St ...
... and magical and I truly had a blast. Time went by so quickly, but the day was not over yet. After Newgrange we drove to Causey Farm, also in County Meath, and we baked the most delicious Irish Brown Bread I have ever had in my life. The best part is that I wrote down the recipe and now I can make it all the time! We also milked a cow, learned a traditional Irish dance, learned to play the traditional Irish drum, ...