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... came from Urlingford in County Kilkenny. She explained that *everyone* thinks their family came from Cork because that was on their paperwork as their point of exit! That makes so much sense. So we are going to swing through Urlingford when we are down there next week....just to check it out.
After Galway, we decided to take a little detour through Connemara...Baylor had a fit over all the baby sheep we saw. But ...
... that Nana would've been in it!
Next stop was Cavan Town to find souvenirs for Nana. This was a lot easier said than done, since Cavan is definitely not a usual tourist stop. Luckily we were able to grab a few things before heading to Redhills to meet up with the Fox Family and see where Nana grew up.
It was nice because I had already met Mairead, her brother Shane, and cousin Tracey Whyte a couple of weeks ago. I met her mother, Mary Murphy, and Aunt Phyllis ...
... on every light pole was a flag. Either the flag of Ulster or the Union flag. Both representing Great Britain. Knew we'd crossed the border when the speed limits changed from miles back to kilometres. Next stop was a little market town called Monaghan. It was supposed to be a quick stop for a cup of coffee and stretch the legs. A nice little market in the square caught our attention. And a few dollars. Of course we had ...
Enniskillen has been the turning point for our bodies. Finally we are sleeping more or less until the morning, but it has taken the week to feel normal. This place is so beautiful that we feel as though we are constantly taking deep breaths and unwinding, and feel now that we are really on holidays. They say that green is the most relaxing colour for the eyes, and this place has to be the greenest place I have ever seen! Everywhere ...
... tower was not open for climbing, which disappointed Peter but was a relief for me as I gather the 30metre tower is climbed by a series of ladders!!
We felt rather weather beaten tonight as it had been cold and windy in spite of the lovely sunshine, so in contrast to last night's meal out, we stayed in and had a cup of soup and a Vegemite sandwich for dinner - feast to famine! We have benefited from a less frenetic day today, and ...