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Travel Blogs from Kildare Town
... so much about yourself over thousands of miles, learning about different cultures and nationalities along the way. At the end of the day, I learned that the majority of people are the same - we all try and do the best we can for ourselves and our families whatever our means.
Here's to the next trip............!
... m. . Arrived beside our respective bicycle, we both discovered that the air of our 4 tires was pulled off, and the 4 caps were no more there. So we were down a hill, in a lost road, with a man with a gun, and our 2 unusable bikes, and no logical explanation about the situation. Damn. So, to make a long story short, we left r-e-a-l-l-y quickly the place, we walked the 10 km, from Moone to the first Texaco petrol station, and we promised to never ...
... before resorting to taking a ferry to Wales. From Wales they took a train to London and finally a flight from London to Boston, connected into Atlanta and drove home to Tallahassee.
Despite a setback here or there, I think we can all agree this trip was amazing. The country is beautiful, the people are fantastic and we all came home with memories to last a lifetime.
The Gathering 2013
The People's Parade
... sigh) and looking through all my pictures are trying to write my blog posts.
Next stop- Dublin. I will continue writing this after my flight. Here Ashee goes, flying solo and loving every second of it!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, that discount airline flight was definitely something I was not fully prepared for. People had warned me that it was going to be a bit ghetto, but this totally exceeded my ghetto expectation. Compared to the airport I took my parents to, Treviso is ...
... but with unusual rules. There are a group of professors and scholars that also live on campus and eat in the Commons, and who have a higher rank of rights. The Commons door is locked exactly at 6 pm for dinner, and only those inside by that time get to eat. The professors and scholars sit on a dais and dine in candlelight with wine served. They get served first, and then the students eat. When the last professor or scholar puts down ...