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... the next day and stopped at the Rock of Cashel (yet another castle) and we stayed the night in Kilkenny. I had to be back in Dublin by midday on Saturday so I could fly back to England for my exam, so after a short stop in Kilkenny own we drove to Dublin. After a Maccas lunch my family dropped me off at the airport and I began the long jounrey back to Hull. My family stayed in Dublin for two nights and have just flown over ...
... whose mother was the goddess Aine. When he turned himself into a raven and got stuck, she turned him back into a man, but he had to stay under the lake forever after. Two stories, same guy. He was a real person that had legends Gore up about him. So cool. I looked for him, but all I saw were horse droppings; guess I missed him by a night! I bought a book on the folklore of the place; we'll see what ...
... probably a bug I picked up on the way home from Portugal, ugh. Dennis and Laura had their horseback ride booked for Thursday morning so I was happy to just hang around the cottage and do a bunch of laundry. They returned late morning and reported that they had the most wonderful ride through forest and then out to the beach where they could gallop the horses. I don't know how she did it but Laura managed to take a bunch of video with her Go Pro while galloping along the ...
... la vue imprenable sur l'océan atlantique et les vallées d'un vert de gazon bien arrosé, et on finit la bouteille de vin rouge dans la chambre en préparant notre blog et nos activités de demain. P.S. Décompte inchangé de 12 bières (Quoi? du vin ça compte pas...) ************ Signed by Julie After another intense cough night for Karine, we sleep in and leave a cloudy Galway. While taking advantage of the free wifi at the hotel, ...
... has seen many changes throughout his career. The biggest difference for Dingle as well as all of western Ireland is that the schools there have chosen to be all Gaelic speaking schools. Most of the rest of the country is English speaking. We can't wait to visit next week
New Year's Eve in Dingle began with dinner down by the waterfront at The Old Boat Yard. At 10 o'clock the fireworks began and they put on a great show. Then the whole town made their way over to O'Flaherty's ...