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... and do in Ireland. He helped me reverse my car into the carpark downstairs, spent half an hour going over the tourist map with me making recommendations on places to visit, eat, drink etc, really went out of his way for me. Awesome. Although I will say his first recommendation was that I go to jail (the Kilmainham gaol is a historic site here) But I explained thats how my people got to Australia in the first place. So on Rory's recommendation, my first stop today was ...
We loaded the luggage in a taxi which Bryan and Ed took to the Gresham hotel. Gertie, Kathleen and I walked to meet the tour. Our guide and driver Jay or Shay in Irish arrived and we gathered to meet the rest if the group. Six others, all from Australia, two couples, Kathleen and Les, Rick and Yvonne and sisters, Annette and Louise. Our first stop was Newgrange, a passage tomb that was built 5000 years ago. The tomb is 500 ...
... of the castle square, there were 3 sand sculptors working on big projects. They only looked about a third of the way complete so we couldn’t quite work out what 2 of them were going to be yet.
We were all so tired and still struggling so we headed back to the hostel for a rest. Zarah and I had wanted to do a day tour while in Dublin and quite liked the look of the cliff trip that was advertised. At reception we enquired and chose between 3 tours. ...
... Dublin a copié San Francisco, vraiment, quand ils ont nommé leur système de transport: DART - Canada a donné une sculpture de la famine en honneur de tous les Irlandais qui ont choisi le Canada comme terre d'accueil. ********** Signed Julie Our first adventure was of course of drive on the other side of the road. Refusing the station wagon and while avoiding a french-speaking smoker swiss guy who clearly ...
... up and swing but miss every time. It was a sad sight to see; I was much better at the dancing. After our lovely game was done, we went back into the barn where we danced to play some music on and Irish drum, the barone. It is a hand drum and we would play back and forth with our guide for the farm. It was a really fun experience, we learned a lot about the Irish culture in one day at the farm. I was hesitant about going to the farm because I didn't know what we were doing. ...