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... made me excited to get over to the Netherlands and finally unpack my own bike and get it on the road!
Tomorrow afternoon I get on a train at 3:05pm and head down to Cork tell Wednesday. Unfortunately the train is going to end up being a bit of a hassle as I need to transfer twice and head in the direction of Dublin before going down to Cork. From my understanding there is a rail between Galway and Cork, but it was built by the British so they shut it down. Their hatred ...
We had to be up bright and early again this morning to make sure we got to the tour on time. None of us had a good nights sleep last night as the beds were extremely uncomfortable and the American was out drinking all night and stumbled in at 4:30 in the morning. I think that when Jenna and I are travelling we will try and stay in private rooms in the hostels so that we get more privacy and can sleep in the same bed. We went downstairs to the kitchen in the hostel where they had ...
... in, but the door wouldn't shut - she had to pay! Ours became vacant to we thought we'd be smart and go in together, paid our 20p€ - fool proof, the door wouldn't shut as it knew there were two of us!!! There was a young guy from Zambesi watching all this going on, he laughed and said a friend of his got stuck in one and was washed!!! The on/off bus. We like to do these buses as there is always a very good commentary ...
... to 5, you wouldn't want to do a pub crawl in any Irish town. Went on Viking river boat and cruised for 75 minutes on river and out to Lough Ree. Traveled on motorway, allowed to do 120 klms,boring road. Staying at Ardmore hotel tonight(55Euro per couple) close to airport for car return tomorrow and ...
... to travel 1-2 cm on the map and catching the ferry at about 3.30pm, we decided we had to cut our losses and head straight for Kilkenny, and, sadly, not go further south. Back we went, around the southern side of the Shannondoah to Limerick and on to Kilkenny.
At Kilkenny, we visited the very imposing castle and picked up food for lunch at an Italian deli. Driving from Kilkenny to Bray, on the coast, through the rolling hills ...