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I've been doing a poor job at jotting down things each week and I'm just trying to remember everything now, but this week had its slow days and some really fun, musically filled days. yes yes,This week was all about music, so yes, it was quite the grand week :-)
Monday I had my 1st ever gig! after emailing them I was selected to do a 20 min set at The Circle Sessions at the International Bar, you can listen to the audio here!
Day 1: Jet lag is real. Fortunately, I did get some sleep on the plane, but it was a quick nap. This was my first international flight. Seeing how huge the plane was made me nervous knowing we'd have to be over the Atlantic for several hours. Lucky, those were the hours it was mostly dark and I got some sleep. The plane had a road map in the front of each seating section of the plane and on the TVs in front of the seats. Knowing exactly were we were as we were while flying miles above was ...
... Early Medieval monastic settlement founded in
the 6th century by St Kevin, a hermit priest. The ruins and cemetery seem to
hold the energy of its time in spite of the visitors. It could be due to the
setting, so much a part of the raw landscape which supported it and refuses to
be softened and tamed. Then we drove through an area of bleak but beautiful
peat hags called Sally Gap. The moorlands overlooking craggy valleys are simply
... our first rain of the vacation. However, a bus whisked us off to the Ashling Hotel www.ashlinghotel.ie where we checked in and soon found ourselves in the beautiful Iveagh Bar having soothing drinks, seafood chowder, Caesar salad, fish and chips, followed by Irish coffees and bed. Up at the earliest dawn to meet our fellow travelers and tour guides for our next adventure, a rail tour of ...
... back to the USA. We will make side trips from each stop to places like the Rock of Cashel, Cobh, Killarney National Park, the Cliffs of Moher, and the like. We have a couple of appointments, but for the most part our days are pretty unstructured, which is how we like it. It should be a great adventure, if for no other reason than Tom's attempts to drive on the wrong side ...