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... then left back for Dublin. It was a long day, but a whole lot of fun and beautiful sights. The next day, I explored Dublin on my own. There were a number of things I needed to get done on the internet, so I spent the morning in a cafe, taking care of school stuff and chatting with my mom for the first time on face time. After that, I went to find a wakeboarding cable park I had researched earlier. I found it and made a reservation to ...
... kind service folks at our stays, this has apparently been one of the nicest weather weeks of the year. I must admit, I was excited at the prospect of wind, rain, and overcast skies to get the true feel for the land ... But Lord knows we don't turn away sunshine and blue skies.
Sunshine and blue skies it was again for the drive to Dublin, of course. Since Jen had been subject (happily so) to the most challenging back country roads, we wanted her to get to cruise freely on ...
... spare time and then on thursday caught the bus to Killarney.
Killarney is a lovely Irish town. Lot's of tourist oriented shops and pubs as there is many things you can access from Killarney. We are staying at Neptune's hostel which is really good. We hired bikes yesterday and spent the entire day cycling around (rained all day non-stop). We went through Killarney National Park and visited Muckross Abbey and House, loved the abbey. It is has just been left how ...
... busy city also with the home of Guinness
occupying many acres of main street land on a 9000 year lease!!!
We stopped at St. Patrick's Cathedral, of course, but shock horror, it was taken over by Henry 8th in the 1500's and turned into a Church of England, which is now a Uniting Church.
Nevertheless, it is a magnificent building with amazing architecture and still many stained ...
... overuse of aerosols of some sort. The smell of it flooded the entire floor. Thank goodness there wasn't any real concern, as it would have been a disaster to lose everything like that in a foreign country.
I was able to chat for a bit with Steph, Mum, and Graham, which was so, so very nice. I am going to give in and buy a phone card, as Google hangouts is hardly reliable regardless of how strong a wifi signal I have.
Tomorrow morning, I have ...