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I hold on to nothing
yet my hands are full.
My hands, my head and
my heart are bulging,
with all that creates me,
makes me, defines me, completes me.
I am greater than a list of actions.
I am greater than a list of belongings.
I am my feelings, my connections,
... our luggage to the parking garage & loaded the car. It seemed like it took forever to get out of Dublin, the signs for the M50 south snaked us all over the city. Our first town to see was the ocean town of Bray. It was over cast when we arrived and I didn't see much sense in getting out of the car. Next we drove through Graystones, over to Roundwood, we were making our way to Glendalough, a 6th century monastery that we ...
... to encompass the pillar and have fingers meet. Guess he could have been a Viking. We also visited St. Kevin Cemetery in Glendalough. It was an early graveyard with both Celtic and Catholic symbols on tombstones. We had lunch in town and split a shepard's pie plate. Long days and hot nights lead to tired travelers. Almost all of us took a nap on the second part of the trip to Dublin while the driver played calm Irish ...
... charming, gracious, unpretentious, and very hard working. Reminds us of New Zealanders and Iowans!
We had dinner in the bar at the hotel where an elimination sports game was going on between Co Kilkenny and Co Tipperary. We asked if the game was lacrosse, and were immediately but politely corrected that this "was 'hurling' which is the national game of Ireland!" plus reminded that we were currently ...
... we headed to one of Ireland's most famous attraction, Rock of Cashel, and explored for a few hours. After lunch at a small cafe, we strolled along the countryside. Much to the kids objection, we hopped a stone wall and walked through a field of cows to another old structure. Don't worry, we did not get yelled at only lots of stares.