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... and Trevor, who could also afford to take a month of and travel with me.
Dublin: 6 days
Southern Ireland: 6 Days
Northern Ireland: 2 Days
Edinburgh: 4 Days
Amsterdam: 2 Days
London: 4 Days
Ok that's all for now...getting back to work....
... 9 hole course. Dinner @ Alessias Ristorante, great little find, owned and operated by a young couple, he was our waiter, she the chef. Being Ash Wednesday, Larry had shrimp Cappelini, I the Lobster Ravioli. Very good Caprese and homemade ...
... and took pictures. The water got a little colder over the couple days. I felt cold water creep in and when I went the next day it was noticeably cooler. Of course that is still warmer then California water. It felt grand to be in the water and the water was nice and clear which is always nice.
While mopping the bathrooms, the last mopping job, I managed to knock over my mop water. I grabbed the dirty clothes bin and used it to soak up the ...
... for late night wine. Scottsdale is much nicer than Phoenix.
In a third dazzling display of organisational prowess, I emailed a potential host in California a few days before I left, and they said yes, so I flew out to San Francisco on Saturday morning. Now I finally feel like I've caught up on blogs, and given Matt something to read that isn't punctuated with indifference curves and normal distributions, I'll post something about SF soon.
"Craic", pronounced the same as a certain illegal substance, is a term that was born in Ireland and is still very much in use today. Craic is hard to define but the best description we found was: "The essence of Craic is in the talk and banter of good company, group of people getting together to have a laugh and most of all, take a break from ...