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... s nephew, Patrick, gave us a tour of Liscarroll, showing us the plot where grandpa's house once stood and some Hallihan graves. I've also met three of my little cousins Michaela , Jenny and James (16, 14 and 10). Tomorrow Evelyn is taking us to town so we can make it to Blarney Castle by bus. P. S. The Irish family spells it "Hallihan", the Scottish family spells it "Hallahan". So they've told me at ...
... like a mum, and he wasn't happy with me when I tried to hold his horn for a photo with him..He gave me a little struggle....hahah so very cute. It was so cool to feel the sheep and see them up close. Very beautiful site, once again in the morning. For beauty and tranquility, Camp is definitely my favorite place in Ireland. I will come back with my grandson someday. I can picture him just running on and on in such a safe haven.
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... to decipher what the hell everyone was saying. I did notice that people do speak as if they are telling you a story when they drink it really is funny when they are trying to tell you such a basic thing as if it is the most amazing story ever! Definitely a fun and interesting night out! I will admit I will have to go back to Birr soon even in the dark the architecture and the castles and churches were just amazing. I will want some photos ...
... each week they get one simple task they have to do at each meal to get a sticker, once they get a sticker each night for seven nights they then can get a reward. So far to my surprise it is actually slowly working with Nathaniel any way Marcus still does not care, but one kids is better than none! Nathaniel is actually really involved wanting to get a sticker each night. We have seven weeks to get them to do something different each week and I am hoping it ...
... new about the cliffs in the different seasons, but of course they stand strong and seemingly unaltered, although its definite the strong winds take their tolls.
We headed back to Dublin through the Burren, the old Cork Screw road (which is must scarier driving down than driving up), stopping along the way in the old Viking town of Athlone, which had a wonderful charm that will be sure to draw me back again.
We made it back to Dublin and were too tired ...