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... both Cosmos and Globus. When they finish a tour they get given their next job which can be a 4 day to a 21 day tour (or even longer) and start/finish anywhere in the UK or Ireland. Tom is an expert about Ireland and has been a great tour guide here. However at the start of the tour when he presented as unprepared, didn't know information about England and relied on his paperwork to tell us where we were going, we thought he was a new Cosmos tour guide. Tom ...
... would drink the honey mead for a month after their
nuptials to ensure a happy marriage, this became known as the honeymoon. This mead tastes like a strong liquor mixed with cranberries.
The music subsides and the Lord and Lady of the castle discuss the features of the room and the history of the castle. The castle, a tower house, from the 15th century sits at the mouth of the Ratty and protects the ports of Limerick and Ennis. A bard pushes forth a ...
... Sunday lunch and Liverpool won – what more could you ask for ? Should have got the tallest person to take the selfie – and not the shortest !!
Onto Aines for a final mug of tea and goodbyes to good friends before heading home.
Last day in Ireland.
After the last few lazy days it feels like we got up at the crack of dawn to pack all ...
... a hurling stick to take home. Now off to the castle. Wow! It's pretty! The castle has a huge golf course, amazing decor and beautiful rooms. Dinner was at another castle, where our very own Chad and Ginnie were crowned King and Queen and presided over a feast? It was very funny--we had a good time and, yes, there was more singing and dancing along with mead which was wine and honey - strong and very sweet ( even too sweet for Erin) Another thing Ireland has: really good ...
... joins the session. I stand, attempting another listen, when I run into Encounter #2 – Me, standing there. Welsh guy, “slur slur slur.” Me, “Sorry?” Welsh guy, “slur slur slur.” Me, “Say that again?” Welsh guy, “slur slur slur.” Me, “I can’t understand a word you are saying so this conversation isn’t going to work.” I leave. I find a seat that is safely ALONE in the corner, albeit away from ...
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