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... of it as well. I found a hostel to stay at which is ridiculously empty but it's alright. I'll don't mind being by myself but I enjoy company more. Thinking of that I have definitely changed my mind of constantly being by myself. A year ago I would have done everything to be by myself but right now I love having someone to share my stories, memories and moment with. Have a fantastic Friday ...
... building in Kilkenny and was used by the monks to ring the bells for services and other occasions
Steve and Charlie retrieved the laundry, stopping for a fortifying pint along the way, Beth and Ginni went to Willoughby's for tea and a shared slice of raspberry cheesecake. Something for everyone here. We're off to dinner in a pub with good beer and better music. Tomorrow we leave Kilkenny for Killarney by way of the Rock of Cashel.
... has the same job as English Heritage but does it in a very Irish manner. Why have a cafe?....as the Irish wouldn't pay for a cup of tea, what do you mean an address would help? why would you expect the GPS to have an entry?
Final night at Portlaoise (pronounced Portleash as you would expect) at quite a reasonable hotel.
Tomorrow a quick drive to Dublin and then Manchester, for our flight to ...
... organized when I pulled out our confirmation to see that sadly, our reservation was for yesterday!!! Imagine my disappointment. I really felt certain that it was scheduled for Wednesday. Fortunately, Nathan was able to re-schedule us for this afternoon so that's good. Nora and I are killing time in an Internet cafe where we can't use our own computer so I cannot post recent stuff to the blog because it's all written down there. Bummer!
... town for a wee bit before walking up to the castle and finding a spot in the gardens. We cracked open our bag and had a lovely picnic in the gardens of the castle. We took off our shoes and walked barefoot on the grass - something we hadn't done in ages and it was great to feel the soft grass on our feet and in between our toes. After lunch we decided to leave Kilkenny and head to Cashel.