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Travel Blogs from Leixlip
... time than I was with Stephen.
Met Stephen's friends and family, saw an Irish river dance performance with Stephen's sister Jessica and his Grandma, spent the night in Dublin with Stephen and the next day visited Dublin Zoo. Again, Stephen loving and filming the seals.
Would have loved to have been able to see Stephen during the days a lot more:(
Very sad to leave! Looking forward to catching up in Oz. x
... us a story of a man opening his bar for the last time. The guys all thought he was a God. He came out with us to the club later and by that stage the Guiness had definitely hit!
Day 2: Killarney - Ennis
This day was all about breathtaking scenery and adventure. We spent the day exploring the dramatic Dingle Peninsula and we went to the edge of the ancient world…We stopped at the stunning Coumeennole Beach (where we had to dip our feet ...
... will work and a good buffet with 2 drinks included :-) a good time to meet a couple of people on your tour too :-) Following that, Danielle and I went off and caught the bus to the Temple Bar area, absolutely the best atmosphere, quality buskers, real live Irish music, so much fun, and definitely one of Dublin's must see areas!! It's like the fringe festival, but every night.. More people at the moment though, because masses of people stayed for the weekend after EMINEM.. Slane ...
Well, we packed up this morning and hit the road! We were at the airport and checked in a couple of hours ahead of schedule. Because this was the only leg of the journey on which we were not flying business/first class, we were not entitled to use the British Air Lounge. Not entitled, really? Have you met my husband? Let's just say that we passed those couple of hours comfortably in the lounge, despite our coach tickets, and leave it ...
... if Great Great Grandda Owen was looking down at me, chuckling and patting me on the head saying "that's me Patty girl".
Two very sated tourists trudged back to the hotel, packed the bags, had a little sleep and hit the friendly skies the next morning; back to Canada, home sweet home.
As for Dublin, "she beckons".