Darby O'Gill's Country House Hotel
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... Now there will be trials ahead, but you know what?
If you just bother to say hello tomorrow, to everyone you pass on the way to work, two people will be happier.
Now where's that hill?
Actually didn't do the hill, cos for the first time in ages piccked a book up and read it, in just under two days so that took care of that day chilling reading.
Now off to ...
... at home. As for me, I have finally taken the necessary steps for going back to school this fall, something I should have done a long time ago. Better late than never.
Our trip to South Africa is quickly approaching (less than a month now) so we have been busy preparing. We have all our safari clothing as well as our malaria tablets and mosquito repellent spray ready to go. I am hoping we don't get bit at all. My doctor advised that we refrain from using ...
Our stay that night was in Killarney and in order to get into town, we were routed through the Killarney National Park. When we first determined our driving route we were looking most forward to the Dingle Peninsula and Ring of Kerry, but we had no idea what was in store at the Killarney National Park. The scenery changed dramatically once we moved away from the shore, changing ...
... to snore like a chainsaw non stop until 8am and we were getting up at 8:30am. Both grumpy we went down for breakfast then head back up to shower and pack, the others were up in the room so we joined in with making noise as he tried to sleep! We checked out and walked into town, super early for our tour we left our bags at the tour shop and went and got hot drinks, turns out on a Sunday if you get a large you get a free muffin so our morning was ...
... you just to make sure you don't slip or anything. I
didn't think it was too scary, but figured I couldn't miss a chance
to kiss the Blarney stone so I did it. The grounds around the castle
were really cool as well, there was a garden dedicated to poison
plants that was really interesting to walk through and read
descriptions of each plant there.
After Blarney Castle we headed for
Kilarney. We went straight for the Kilarney National Park, and saw