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... From here they drove for about an hour to Lisdoonvarna, checked into their accomm, had a rest and went out at 7 for dinner and some Irish music. At the local Roadhouse Pub (what a name for a very old, traditional pub!) they found both but by 11 were starting to flag and so home to bed.
Now, Saturday morning has revealed......a very soft day. Adventures await them! (Actually, theyhave to find a laundromat as they're running out of undies and socks)
... the "highway" from the Cliffs to the small village where we were spending the night. Lisdoonvarna is one of a trio of small towns in Clare known for their traditional music, which is why we selected it as a stopping point. We check into Sheedy's Guest House, a small B&B, and were greeted by the owner, Martina. It was late afternoon by the time we got there. She showed us our room, brought up tea, and asked about our plans for dinner. Both of us looked at each other ...
... of the tensions I had been feeling.
First there was all the stimulation in Rome and that feeling of not knowing what I am doing next and then the close quarters with two women…. Jessica had mentioned earlier that it would be a good "getting to know you" period for her and I and I guess I had taken a bit of offense to that…I am so close with my ...
... some more after lunch and visited an ancient burial site that is dated to have been built sometime around 1500 B.C. Then we hiked to a more modern burial site, the local cemetery. Some of the graves were hundreds of years old and the most recent one I could find was from the 1970s. I don’t know if people are still buried on the Island, but based on the intense pride and love the local people have for it, I would assume there must be another gravesite somewhere.
Soon two ...
... Forty five minute walk my ass.” I muttered to Ashley before we took off again.
Twenty minutes later . . .
“The town!” We finally spotted it. Up one last steep winding hill and we were there. I actually rode all the way up to the top, fueled by the adrenaline. We found the pharmacy quickly along the main road. I don’t think I have ever been so happy to see one in my life.
“Do you have ...