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... probably a very cold and fairly damp house. When we arrive home (always assuming it is still standing after storm Rachel) fires and electric blanket will go on immediately to try and air/warm the place......The unpacking (apart from the bare essentials) and the mountain of dirty clothes to wash will wait till tomorrow though......a visit to our local and a glass of red will prevail......this is Sunday after all!
... t think you can take anywhere else in the world and just tried to soak in the the "wild Atlantic way."
After the cliffs we drove north on N65 along to coast through Kinvara and into Galway Bay, which was way more congested and bustling with people than we expected. The mission in Galway was for Jen and Jon to find some locally made Irish wool sweaters. Galway is one of the major shopping towns and most are hand sewn ...
... his number I knew something had happened. I was told he wouldn't last 30 minutes. The past 6 years we were always told the brace ourselves, that Gramps was ill and he was going to pass away, but the trooper he is, he proved everyone wrong. The mental strength of that guy was just so inspiring and incredible. He was a fighter. So when I was told 30 minutes, I wrote it off and thought he would at least last until I was home in 2 days time. I knew ...
... know what goes through your head is the same thing that goes
through everyone's head when I said I used to live with 5 girls. But no it’s
not as exciting as you would think, especially when the group is filled with
Americans. Now I’ll be the first to admit that I judged and judged hard when we
heard one of them behind us say that you actually cant convert litres to
gallons….. But as it turns out these
guys were all really nice and first ...
Well here it is, the final instalment of this blog.
Flew in to Dublin and caught the bus into the city, and were struck by the similarities to London. Was quite bizarre, as it felt like we were kinda home, especially with English speakers all around once again, even though it was our first visit. Found our dodgy hostel, which was the same place that some Spaniards were staying at who were getting directions from a group of older Irish people on ...