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... and so I checked wit the MC and he said yep I could get up and play, and I did the fields of Athnery and I at least was told ‘that’s the best version over fields of athenry I’ve ever heard”. And that’s really special. Getting the entire room to sing it, and of course the MC got up afterwards and was fake crying and I got a ton of “fair play, mate” and cheers, and though it was kind of a joke of a place, it was something. Ha.
... Irish. The town prospered and the 14 families decided that there wasn't enough room for the Burkes who spent far to much time with the Irish, getting their Gaelic on. So they ran them out of town. In the town square there are fourteen flags with the family crests of these families still on display. Given the Irish love of the english I thought this was a little weird. We walked down a lane called dead mans alley. The story goes that lord Mayor Lynch, in the ...
... appeared to be a place of interest (lots of others were parked there) and walked up a steep and rocky path to a beautiful little lake all on its own amongst the steep, green hills (apart from the goat-like sheep that roamed all over the place). I spoke to two girls who said that it is normally raining and blowing a gale on the Dingle. They gave us a tip for sourcing good Irish ice cream in Dingle and when we were walking down the street in Dingle later, licking our ice ...
... take a 20-90 minute nap before 4pm. From decreasing blood pressure to altering metabolism levels to improving work performance it seems that by incorporating this activity into your schedule you could only be positively affecting your health. I can't see any harm in at least giving a try when time permits.
The pace at which Italians and many populations around the Mediterranean live their lives has been ...
... for me was the outdoor hottub. It was quite chilly out, which made it perfect to enjoy. It overlooked the bay and was quite picturesque and surreal. After this, we drove down to look for the Dingle Farmers Market, but couldn't seem to find it. After a bit of looking, we decided to continue on. Connor Pass was still closed, so we headed up to the ferry at Trabert to take across to Killimer. We drove our car on (something neither of us had done before!) ...
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