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... s the bonus for staying just a single night recently - short stays and short drives. We do the same for the 2 days, that is, short drive and single night stay. As is our wont we travel on the minor roads and again it mirrored the motorway but we rarely even glimpse it and it doesn't detract from the scenery. Most of the drive was in the rain. I'm sure the Irish have some specific adjective for it but to us it's just rain, ...
... comes to mind. Often the funniest things come to me then.
So I set out from Dubby in the early morning, and it was raining a bit with low clouds. The previous evening's unpleasant experience of getting lost trying to find my lodging for last night was magically turned to joy after a decent bed and a great breakfast similar to the one I just described (scabs and all). The rainy, dark weather, though usually against my mantra to enjoy, was actually exciting, and it ...
... was really lovely with old buildings, lakes and a really old cemetery and then Killkenny was more of a town that we had lunch and did a bit of shopping. We also saw some sights of the movie braveheart and p.a s. I love you, so that was quite cool! Emma arrived that night so it was really great to see her after about 2 years!! We went out for dinner and a drink in the pub afterwards. Irish cider is probably the best I have ...
... Which I answered by saying " On my farm, if I need to use the tractor, the 12-years old girl will be driving me." So, I still optimistic about it!
Over the following week, I plan to visit Jean-Philip on his organic farm, and I hope the weather will be fine to drive our bikes across the country roads to discover the surrounding landscapes!
See you soon!
... level 2 the process, level 3 the advertising over the years, the old art of barrel making etc etc. there was also an area where you could taste test and learn how to pour the perfect pint. The top level was all glass so you had a 360 degree view of the Dublin. After this I wandered home to meet Elysia. We spent just over an hour making all our plans for the next 48 hours. We really wanted to see some scenic Ireland and had to pick a place, work out how to get there ...