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"This is not the end, it is not even the beginning of the end, but it is the end of the beginning."
We were up early for our last day in Ireland. Dayna wanted to see a place called Glendalough Monastic City. Very early Irish history. It was a long drive (by Irish standards), but just across town by Dakota standards and, of course, it was the opposite direction from our ...
... the bus stop. Thankfully, since I didn't have a plan B, we managed to find it just before it left. The bus was already full, but the driver told us we could come on if we were willing to stand for about 20 minutes. It was a fun ride - I heard French, German, Italian, and I think Chinese, all on the same bus. Where we stopped, there was an empty second bus waiting to take us the rest of the way to our destination. Only about 5 of us moved onto it, so it was ...
I am off to visit my first Irish Brittons today. I boarded the dart train from Dublin to Greystones arriving at around 1:30pm. We travel along the coast line and although it is raining I'm enjoying seeing the sea.
Today I met John and Kay. John is my grandad’s (Kevin, dad’s dad) cousin. John and Kay and there two daughters, Efa and Ona, came to visit us in Australia 9 years ago and they remember the trip and the BBQ ...
... assuming that you are as horny and desperate and excited to meet other shallow people (even if they have dreads) as they are. I narrowly avoided a parade of kids leaving the kitchen who were proudly asking everyone they passed to join their mob and get high on the roof with them. At least we had wifi (at least in the kitchen), at least we had a private room and bathroom, at least we had each other to laugh with about how chaotic our night had been ...
... sites in Dublin are within walking distance and our must-see attraction was the Guinness Storehouse, just 15 minutes down the road. On walk there, we were able to stop by Dublin Castle and Christ Church. The latter is oldest of Dublin's two medieval cathedrals and we were surprised at how large cathedral stood considering it's location in the heart of Dublin city. Walking into the Guinness Storehouse, ...