Legacy Thatchers Hotel
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... Leary shaving off his precious beard...and they raised over another load of money for L’Arche. Awesome stuff lads!!!
We brought the car along for a bit of a showing and people wrote a few messages to us both on the car and dropped into ...
... We stood in the Kings bedroom and Throne room, much smaller than I thought it would be (those movies putting ideas in my head). The Crown Jewels are also here on display but don't bring your camera out because there are rules as Gary found out. Checked out the torture room no bodies on the racks, had to use your imagination. We spent around 3 hours wandering around and really enjoyed it. Back to the bus for a short ride back to ...
Claire, Laurence, Amy (one of Laurence's friends from NZ) and I went out to a travel expo. It had lots of stalls with brochures and some free things and a few speakers about Kilimanjaro and the like. It was quite something and has sold me on climbing Kilimanjaro... even though after climbing Macho Pichu I know that I am not good with altitude sickness...
Claire and I then left to meet up with ...
... population is about 5 million, that there's a bit of a thing between the south Irish and north Irish. He talks about how the introduction of the euro about 12 years ago just about killed their economy (like do many others), and his living in Dublin is so much more expensive now (like most big cities I guess). Nice guy, chatty and engaging. Cheers Mike! Get to the pub to be greeted by 3 very merry Guiness drinking boys. So although ...
... I wished I could have seen a gnome or fairy sitting on it. Really interesting walk.
I also caught up with my long time friend Bev, - our children are all very close in age and Bev and I spent lots of time during school holidays taking the children on various outings, now she has become a Granny to Freddie and is chuffed to bits with this lovely little boy, - lots of my friends are now happy ...