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... walk - Wicklow Way. Both the Military Road and Wicklow Way have much bog land. The cutting of peat from these areas is a thriving business. We then made our way through Kilkenny, around the castle and onto Cashel. Upon entering this town, you round a corner and looking down on the road is the Rock of Cashel. A very imposing figure on the landscape. The Rock of Cashel started life ...
So, I'm off on another adventure as most of you know!
I'll be arriving in Burma (Myanmar, but more of that later) on Friday 25th October. I leave Cork at 7am on the 24th so it seems to take an inordinate amount of time to get there. Two stopovers in Heathrow and Kuala Lumpur to contend with along the way as well. (I'll be spending a few days in KL on the way home so any recommendations for shopping let me know ... I've heard rumours it's a great place to ...
... that it wasn't meant to be, because, by the time we got there it was locked up on all sides. Again, another reason to return to the British Isles someday.
The day was ending which meant it was time to leave Thurles to make our trek to Dublin. It proved to be a quick drive now that Ireland is building some nice motorways, fairly new to this country. We checked into the gorgeous Clontarf Castle and are looking forward to see what Dublin has to offer ...
... to have dinner. We found a restaurant called The Yard and decided to give it a go. Um…YUM! It was one of the best meals we’ve had on this trip. The starter of mushroom risotto that we both had was scrumptious. Paul had a version of Pomme Frites (steak and fries) with a garlic butter that we both groaned over. I had a roasted chicken breast with veg and a Dijon cream sauce. We splurged and split a dessert that was yummy as well. I ...
... who kindly took us on a walking tour to show us the parts of the city most associated with Edmund Rice. The tour concluded up on Mt. Sion at the Edmund Rice International Heritage Centre where a community of Brothers live and work. This is the site on which the original Christian Brothers school was founded in 1802 and it is still operating to this day. After a tour of the site the boys celebrated Mass in the chapel ...