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Travel Blogs from Naas
... they ship them home for you if needed... After seeing them being made, I was keen to buy at least a Christmas tree decoration, but even the cheapest started at €50, so that was a bit out of my budget :-)
Still good to appreciate the skill and precision involved :-)
Another hour and a bit on the coach, we arrived at the Irish Stud Farm and Japanese Gardens.
Real Irish weather set in, so it was a wet walk around ...
... back home we were allowed to bring in as much booze as we want, although we didn't know this at the time and didn't take full advantage of it. Walking into the campsite and the party was already in full swing. The crowd was mostly younger people already off there chops. We found a spot near the back and pitched our tents. The boys had no drinks so they arranged to catch a bus into town and buy some beers. Heineken had a special deal where you could leave ...
... but unfortunately we couldn’t visit it
because there were workers doing some reparations there.
3. Saint Stephen's Green
Because we missed our chance to enjoy the beautiful temperature (for
once!) at the park, we visited Saint Stephen's Green which is the largest park
in Dublin. It was nice to relax there with the beautiful ...
... Germany. So I just hopped on a plane and 2h later and I was there. This will not be so easy in the future.
Just thoughts. I guess, with every step closer to departure the more real it all becomes and the more I realise what it could mean for my relationships with people close to me.
As I am typing these words I also realise that none of those people close to me are in Ireland.
No, wait.... one is, and he is coming with me :)
Nite nite everyone!
... and even said that when an Irish person greets you, they tell you a phrase which means a hundred welcomes! He told many stories throughout the 2 hour journey to the cliffs. Our favorite quote of his was "never let the truth get in the way of a good story". We stopped at a few key places along the way. The first one was the Shannon river and King James’ bridge. Along the trip, the tour guide played celtic music, and stressed getting a nap in since it would be such ...