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Woke to howling wind and pouring rain. Good weather could not last, it seemed. Went to the local churchyard to se the family graves, but could not find them, in the pouring rain, so drove through Gort to Kilmacduagh. This is an ancient settlement of seven ruined churches and monasteries, dating from the 7th century, and founded by St Colman. Drove along Lough Bunny! Weather had turned dry and beautifully sunny! Went to look at The Burren, a karst landscape ...
... way to the coach park. We had about 45 minutes to wait before the 7.00 bus to Limerick. It pulled in on time and the luggage compartment opened inviting us to put our cases in. We then climbed aboard and bought one way tickets for €18 each. It was a 3 hour 50 minute journey. We followed the expressway but did not actually go on it. There were about 8 stops along the way where people got on or off. The countryside looked prosperous and the towns old and interesting. We arrived ...
... areas, archery tower, storm tower, the mint and many other areas set up to replicate the past. After the castle we went for a walk along the river and visited the treaty stone. Had a nice lunch along the river with some dodgy looking people in the back ground. We visited the milk market which would be amazing if it was full of stalls but there was only a handful there today. On the way home we stopped off at St Mary's church where we ...
... material. You hear that? Hosting? Come on by and keep me company! My mom was even surprised by how, as her week progressed, she recognized people around town, either the regulars at Bourke’s, my friends, or folks we encountered during our rambles. Like when we met a girl at the market who is originally from Riverside, CA, Norco’s next door neighbor. FREAKY. And the Bunratty Folk Park reenacting actor, or whatever they are called. We saw him All. The. Time.
Tuesday was a day full of driving and seeing magnificent sights. We had sunny and clear weather, which was awesome and sometimes unheard of. Jen had to deal with a lot of narrow roads, one-lane bridges, and driving up big hills with curves. I think she might have grew a few gray hairs, but we managed to get to Limerick to check into the Strand ...