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Irresponsible parents that we are, we decide to head away just when the kids were finishing up in school (still had 3 days left before their mid term). Luckily for us, Beverleys mother stayed with us on the night before we left and brought the girls to school that morning.
Have checked in over the web on many occasions when heading away, normally on package holidays, leaving us to just have to go to the baggage drop ...
... and Wyoming. As the night grew darker, we decided to revisit our favorite Dublin pub with the Aussies. Once there we searched for and found the most Irish-looking dudes to share the excitement of Ryan’s new-found heritage. It wasn’t long before we were arm in arm belting out Sweet Home Alabama.
Dublin was a blast… now on to Cork!
Patrick Wayne Murphy and Ryan O’Meade
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... plenty of people around (a fair percentage were pretty drunk). Funnily enough we later noticed a plaque next door to our hotel saying that Gogarty had been born there so that’s a coincidence. And we were safe enough. Not a late night and we enjoyed the meal and entertainment.
** Irish street numbering ** I forgot to mention this on Wednesday ** When we were looking for Longford genealogy we had a wee bit of ...
... was a great program to help her find work and move between different locations. She could find placements and then make arrangements for how long she would work and how she would be compensated and where she would live. She was the first person I talked to about this but in my later travels I met more backpackers using this or similar programs.
It was a nice drive because the weather was great and it was fun talking about our ...
... could you not! An interactive museum we learnt how guiness is made. We had lunch at the on site restauant - traditional beef stew with mashed spud, sour dough bread and a complementary pint of guiness. Martin swears it tastes so much better in Ireland.
A bit more shopping (yes more shopping lol) then we headed to the airport. Dublin airport is well equipped and we had dinner there. Dessert at a cafe which specialised in chocolate....yum.