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... drop the word Australian and I know they are talking about me. I think they are talking about buying a drink for me after they finish their meal because, when I leave to pay, I here one of the guys say
"Well she's gone and left now- you missed your golden opportunity to buy the Australian a drink."
I felt rather flattered but was glad to get back to the warmth of the house! It was freezing outside!!! My hands were like little icicles and they were in ...
... as Cheston. The luggage needed to be stood up in the back to fit in and then only 5 of the big bags.
We took the advice of the hire car company and went through the Dublin tunnel to get out of town. Amy tried to hold her breath for the duration (apparently that is something she does) but the tunnel was so long that it took her 4 long breaths (4 kms). By the time we got out the end of the tunnel Jessamy declared that we must be back ...
... was circular and we could comfortably stand up. There were three flat rocks which could have been alters only they were very low to the ground. It is believed this is where the ashes of the dead were left, but they are long gone now. The graffiti was very clear, people had carved their names and the year. T Hanlon 1874. It made me want to find T Hanlons grave and graffiti that! The roof of the chamber was conical. It was layers of large rock jutting out over ...
... going to happen today.
We went home for a while, still trying to get more laundry done and then decide to go to a nice restaurant in the neighboring village of Lisnaskea, about 8 km away. Good dinner and home. It is late and we are still drying clothes!!!!
Our landlady, Lillian, is a treasure. The cornmill is a wonderful accommodation, I wish we had a couple of more days in the area.
... or dragged them along through the motions. The girls then grabbed us boys (one time I was lucky enough to have Rosie ;) ) and we had four pairs dancing in this tiny living room to the accordion. With some more tea and bread, more stories, and more songs, it was finally time for bed.
What an incredible week with some incredible people. I was blessed to be able to meet many great and hospitable people in this ...