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24 hours, 3 aeroplanes, 1 train, a desert, a bus, multiple time zones and too many lunches to count - we finally arrive in Dublin which by my watch is only 16hrs after leaving Melbourne International airport at 3am. Body clock confusion is at all time highs. In traditional Irish spirit, we are kindly greeted by 4-square metres of floor, half of which ...
... people commented to me that this was a "trip of a lifetime" and it truly is, but I do think this is just the start of a beautiful traveling adventure with like-minded friends that will span many years and countries.
Till next time ... thanks for reading, love you all!
Steph, Barb, and Dawn
PS: we had a wonderful time, but are looking forward to returning to:
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... 4pm! Wandered back up to look at the old city walls. Nearly 70% of them are still there and are almost 2000 years old! They have repelled rebellions as well as witnessed celebrations. Sunday 7th September Ready for a quiet day today, so had a leisurely brekkie and chat with our host. This is a 450 acre organic farm growing a variety of crops for animal feed. They milk 180 cows and sell it through an organic co-op. Also have a few pigs and goats that we feed our vegetable ...
... today was minimal. So I zipped away the back straps, utilised its uber cool wheels, and presto - I have a wheely bag, NOT a backpack! We checked out and left the hotel at about 8am. There's something about flying that makes us feel we've gotta be super super ridiculously early to the airport! Oh yeah, we're flying with Ryanair, whose reputation precedes it about processes, so that's probably what it is! Still, we arrived and had checked in epically early at the airport! Worse, ...
... woman was forced to sell her beauty to strangers in order to survive. Fate came up with yet another stroke: One of her clients infected Molly Malone with cholera. In 1699, still of young age, she died in a Dublin street.Although Irish stories like the one about Molly Malone – usually end sadly, the Irish aren't known for being wistful people. Nevertheless they chose Molly Malone to be one of the symbols for their capital Dublin. ...