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... t had one since...since...hmmm, that's bad. I can't actually remember...
We met, and walked, and talked.
We talked about how the childhood that we grew up in, just simply doesn't exist anymore. The childhood where if you eat dirt that is a good thing, where if you were bored you went outside rather than got out your Playstation. The one where if you wanted to see someone you went to see them, or shouted across the park rather than call them. The one ...
... for a Protestant Dublin University (known as Trinity College). However this was revised by Sir Francis Drake, who advocated the case for locating the University in Dublin. In 1649 after the sacking of Drogheda, the garrison of Trim fled to join other Irish forces and the town was occupied by the army of Oliver Cromwell. Fascinating stuff, right? The castle and keep were even used in the filming of Braveheart with Mel Gibson. Check out the photo. Unfortunately, Rob and ...
... European/South American to them, but I'll take it! The "guess where we're from" game was highly entertaining and we made sure not to talk too much, though I'm not sure our accents would have necessarily given us away.
There's not much else for me to say; the rest of the story truly lies in my photographs. Check out my Ireland album on Facebook, but for those of you who can't I've included a select few of the best shots. Enjoy and, as always, thanks for reading!
... kinda laughed at first and then comically sobered into teary eyes as the epic song harmonized with the epic ocean of green before us. The landscape is truly the stuff of legend. If you can imagine 40 different shades of green, this palate contained every one. We explored ancient castles and abbeys, rolling hills and gushing rivers. We then had a choice to see a tomb from 3000 BC or visit the “mini cliffs,” where one could sit right ...
... Rangers saying at that exact moment they were not allowing people on the cliffs because of the weather (the wind mainly). Luckily for us by the time we arrived they were again allowing people to walk up the cliffs!
Immediatly after stepping off the bus we were practically blown away! The wind was stronger that I had ever felt, and we literally had to walk pushing our entire body weight into it. I wondered if perhaps I should ...
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Ennistymon Road, Lahinch | 4 star hotelfrom $192
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