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... traits. She repeated instructions over and over, shared more about herself and her opinions than anyone cared to hear and if we didn't get it the first time, she has worked for Tauck for 27 years. We drove thru county, out to the coast, to the Cliffs of Moher, on thru the Burren National Park and back to Ennis. Dinner, welcome reception tonight. We had a choice of menu items, I had soup, veggie with basil, then a white fish over peas with a ...
... teas, the amazing service, the super friendly people, the rustic and breath taking architecture, the random signs warning you about not jumping off the cliffs, the jams, the ocean, and the green fields considering that it's already almost December!
I'm not however going to miss the narrow doorways to everything. lol
If we were rich, we'd move here in a heartbeat.
... usually our style, but we figured the boys would like it and being that it was rather pricey we want us to look relatively nice. Kaeleb procrastinates and mills about the room while Julian changes. Kaeleb proceeds with excuses as to why he can't put on the proffered shirt. After an extra 15 minutes we are finally ready to go.
We exit out the front door and are greeted with fat rain drops. Our plan to walk the city center before the banquet goes awry and ...
... while I can! I think I will try to process and accumulate the many things we noticed in Ireland and our "favorites" for tomorrow's blog. It will give me something to do on the trip back! Although Ireland was a wonderful way to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary and I thoroughly loved every minute of it, I must say that daily life in the states is exciting also because I share it with the love of my life. Happy anniversary, John, and thank you for 25 (almost...June 10) glorious years! I love ...
... written, so it was not something you could just sound out. We passed many school children traveling up the road to I guess school, and we were told that they are required to be proficient in both English and this Irish language.
One of the many rituals that Carmel discussed today on the bus was that of Brigid's Cross. St. Brigid of Kildare, is one of the patron saints of Ireland. Just like the shamrock is associated with St. Patrick, so is ...
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