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Today we departed the Carriglea, Mrs. O'Reilly's delightful B&B, and explored Kilkenny.
First stop: Kilkenny Castle. We had already decided that we could easily live in Kilkenny, the tour convinced us that we would take up residence in the castle. Previous to touring one I had not thought of them as very liveable.
They are very liveable. Provided you have enough money, of course.
I love the long hallways ...
... re starting to become a little boring, but then again we just looked at our budget. I need to cut down on buying cupcakes, coffee, meals, and beer. :( Europe is much more expensive. We knew it was going to cost more, but I don't think we realized how much more. We spent the same amount of money in Ireland for 16 days as we did in SE Asia for 2 months!! Come on USA....I want a better exchange rate out here in ...
... it was depressing either way, but on the bright side of things Darren didn't own a car, and he had plans for the evening which seemed to be sufficient reason to end the debate. Well, that and the fact that he had some kind of sodium deficiency and needed the salt right away for his salad or his world, at least, was going to implode!
From there we headed almost right away on a very long walk to a pub where we were going to ...
... where we were going we headed off, after a year of not driving it was actually very nice to be behind the wheel of a car especially since they drive on the left over here in Ireland. Eventually we found oursleves in a cool little town called Macroom, to the West of Cork and decided to keep heading West to Killarney and then do the Ring of Kerry.
After this I got very lazy and didnt finish my blog. Now back in Indo and will return home on the 30th June.
no bake energy bites (delish)
these are on my list..
tacos will be my dinner and ...