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... the sides of the hills, corralled with stone fences. We finally got back to Dingle town at 7 pm. We continued driving all the way back to Limerick, ordered take out pizza and then drove back to Sarah's. We ate, Facetimed with my family and are now going to bed. We fly out in the morning. See you at home! Sorry we didn't get this posted last night. We are now at ...
... of narrow country roads (prior to this, they had been fairly wide... for Ireland), bright green yet rugged countryside, and frequent stone castle ruins. For lunch, we stopped off at a tiny pub along the way and had our first sampling of authentic Irish Stew. We also unintentionally took a wrong turn along the way and ended up taking the "scenic route" along an incredible stretch of rocky coastline, with massive ...
... brings me to an interesting observation....The tours I have done have been very international. The guide always asks where everyone is from - Canada, Poland, Finland, Singapore, Italy, India, Germany, China....'Jersey'...WTF? I never understand why Americans do this. HAHA! On this trip, Americans have said - Arkansas, Massachusetts and Jersey. Whatever!? lol
We drove thru some really beautiful villages and towns. Some of my ...
... right. This new blog will kill a few birds with one stone. Or to put to death a rather gruesome idiom (sorry, that pun was indeed intended), I’ll just make one up. This new blog will knock over a gaggle of rodeo clowns with one bull. (which now reminds me of beer barrel poker, but I digress). I intend to not only inform you all of new adventures, encounters and (hopefully) exciting observations, I will also educate you on the glorious world of ethnomusicology from the eye of an ...
... and Abbey Bridge,
All this was familiar to me from the city and I often watched boats pass through and was always envious of them.
We didn't have any charts of the river up to Killaloe so we were a bit apprehensive.of the journey.
It took an hour to get to Ardnacrusha and we were lucky that there was only one turbine running.
The dam in Ardnacrusha was built in 1925 by a German Firm,it was put on line in 1927 and cost £5 million producing ...