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... the Glendalough (prounced Glen Da Lock) Visitors Center of the Wicklow Mountains. We hiked up to the Poulaness Waterfall for a look at the stream that feeds the upper and lower lakes of the mountains. Absolutely lush. Again I wish I was a better wordsmith for a proper description. We left Wicklow for Kilkenny which was another 70KM away. Some more of the narrow country roads but finally they gave way to the bigger highway. Driving on the left side of a big highway is still ...
... to show me album after album of old pictures so I could find some embarrassing ones of Emma. Fortunately for her, Emma was simply adorable in all of them. Walking around her house, I was able to find many clues about her family's history in horse breeding, competitions and horse riding fun. It was not entirely a day lost, but definitely not the best for this trip! Onwards and upwards from here! ...
... restoring the farmhouse while living there. We spent a few moments with one of the resident dogs, Percy, and the resident pony and donkeys. (After washing our hands) we had a good time getting to know our tour mates over tea and scones, and then took a walking tour of the abbey and farm grounds (being careful to avoid stepping in the abundant sheep droppings).
The owner Joe then gave us ...
... of the church and into the large open area that was closed in by the walls of the church. There were grave markers in here as well. We spent about 45 minutes here and it was amazing.
As we drove close to the coast, we stopped at one more church and graveyard, this time right on a cliff over the Irish Sea, This was a much younger church and still in service. What a beautiful location.
We drove down to Wexford which is a harbor town ...
... evening before heading to the Steppes bar for our Introduction BBQ night. James is doing architecture after a career in building and hands on experience. Very nice guy from England. Giancarlo is from Colombia, and I had a good time talking to him about studying in Italy, living in London and later this evening he taught us about the use of Guadua in his home country Colombia. Guadua is a thicker plant similar to bamboo and is used in construction, I'll attach ...