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... 10:00 for Guenther). We had a productive day, all the laundry is done, 5 packages are shipped and luggage is repacked. It has been raining off and on today, but we do head out for a walk around later in the day. I have sheep grazing, a stream babbling and 10 shades of green where ever you look. Amazing. One of the other neat things about self catering places is that I get to cook a meal. This means that we can eat what we want and when we want. This is a nice change of pace from ...
... walks L would like to do in these parks we shall be here until this time next year, and they both might be a bit thinner than they are now.
Glebe House and gardens are lovely too, much smaller and modest than Glenveagh it was the home of renowned Irish artist Derek Hill who gave it to the Republic in 1983. The house is crammed full of paintings, prints, ceramics and object d’art collected by Hill from all around the world. Paintings include a Renoir ...
... being formed. It is very unique and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Afterwards we tried to count the number of World Heritage sites we have been to around the world. We think it is somewhere around 12 to 15 and it makes me pondor as to why Manitoba is spending all this money on the boreal forest application but that is a rant for another day. We have now seen 7 ...
After a very stressful day of travel, Stephen and me finally arrive back at the house. Much to our surprise, there was the local priest in the house leading a Rosary, waiting for us to get back so he could say the Holy Mass. After the Rosary he offered each of us Confession, said the mass at the house, then led us in prayers. As soon as he was gone though, out came the tea kettles, bread, and jam...man did I miss it! ...
One of the best parts of visiting friends overseas is getting the inside scoop that, as a tourist, you'd never have access to (not that Augher has been overrun by the tourist trade quite yet though word at the supermarket is that there's an Australian in town!). None the less, today I had the pleasure and privilege of tagging along with Brenda and Christine as they went visiting friends and family giving me a taste of true ...