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... But truth be told I did not fall off so good sign there. I went for a ride around the local area down a back road and got some amazing photos of the scenery in Daingean, so deserted and amazing at the same time. The photos I took were just amazing and to think this is only five minutes down the road to where I am living. At this point the past few days have been about me settling in and getting ...
After staying with family in Knockcroughery we travelled back to Ballybrittas, stopping in Athlone for some shopping and then Tullamore for some more family historical exploration......and the visit to the Whiskey Factory was interesting.hic,.....hic......hic.....t oo!
In the rain we searched for Church Street Tullamore where AJ's granny lived (Mary Mooney). Funniest thing was we thought we found the house, took ...
After a big Irish Fry-up - sausages, bacon, white & black pudding and eggs we headed out for a walk.
GK and CK took us to a very sacred site known as the Mass Rock. This was an area in the woods where historically Catholic People went to meet and hold mass when it was illegal. This was a beautiful place that you could feel the spirituality and we were in awe being in such a historical and sacred sight. We enjoyed the walk in ...
After our eventful morning in Paris with the shuttle bus service, we arrived at the Dublin Airport. We arrived in the new Terminal 2 area and immediately noticed the difference from 3 years ago. The new Terminal was well set up and easy to navigate.
We successfully got through Immigration/passport control and CS passed the interregation - ...
... timely. We are also already reading The HElp. Both of us reading the same really good book is tricky as we fight over it constantly. Right now we are taking turns reading chapters and passing it back and forth.
As i write this we are driving on the most narrow road i have ever seen. At least since the drive back from through the Black Valley on Sunday evening anyway. We are on the way to Kenmare, via Ballachbeama. Tad scary it is. Lots of ...