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Travel Blogs from Gorey
... for a few days until Iona and Dan get back from their trip.
Today was a rainy day so what we ended up doing was going to a market. Unfortunately given the time we woke up and the weather the market was nearly closing down for the day when we got there. We ended up getting tea and homemade apple and almond tart before heading to a shopping plaza. We bought some gifts for Iona and Dan and went home to escape the downpour
... DON'T THINK FOOTBALL AT ALL! This game is like a mix of Rugby, Ultimate Frisbee, Soccer and Volleyball. It's very similar to Australian Rules Football. Watch the video I posted, it's too hard to explain! Before the game we took a nice stroll along a river to the next town over-Macreedin where there was a Farmer's Market. There were chicken's running wild and food from all over the world. I had Italian coffee, Irish salad dressing, a glutton ...
... played some MJ... Billie Jean!) When not dancing, talking is the thing to do, the Irish have the gift of gab... I know that it is hard to believe... but they do! Some of the parents in the houses we were staying at ended up at the pub and were chatting with us. I ended up talking to the father of the son who "fancies" me and was like "Oh YOU'RE Kate! Well you've been the talk of the hosue all afternoon! You going to come over to breakfast tomorrow?!". ...
... warm. The scenery was spectacular as you will see in the pictures. The County Wicklow is called the ‘Garden of Ireland’ and is 750 square miles of rolling hills, mountains, and waterfalls. It’s a park area that is full of bog land so nothing really grows there but they did used to harvest the bog as a fuel. As for Glendalough, we followed in the footsteps of Saint Kevin, who established a spectacular 6th century monastic settlement, deep within ...
October 2, 2009 Entry
It is my first entry on this blog. We are having a great time thus far. Ireland is so easy to travel in (once you get used to driving on the left side of the road) and everyone is so friendly and helpful. It reminds me of Canada.
We are on our last day in Glendalough, a beautiful area in Wicklow county. Our B and B has the most amazing and intimate view that only we ...
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