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... tonsillitis)! I have many white dots (bacteria) on my tonsils, and when I swallow they go into my tummy. This causes me to vomit. Anyway, I was given penicillin, and since the original episode of vomiting, I haven’t vomited since!
Despite all this though, the end of the day was good. We went to the Cliffs of Moher and it was absolutely spectacular (but very windy).
The rest of our time in Killaloe was lovely.
Lots of love,
... Julian immediately comes but Kaeleb is too engrossed in the rain. By the time he huddles under the doorway his jeans are soaked. Now we face the problem of making it the short jaunt to the castle in this torrential downpour.
As if on queue the rain lessens and we hustle to the castle; stopping at the car to return the camera-not much use in this weather. We navigate through lake sized puddles. Elizabeth underestimates the size of one and ends up with her ...
We had a 9am start this morning so we could enjoy a horse drawn buggy ride through Killarney National Park. Killarney National Park is located beside the town of Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland. It was the first national park established in Ireland, created when Muckross Estate was donated to the Irish state in 1932. It was raining so we had to have the plastic covers down! And it was pretty cold! Our old horse was called Mary - she was 27 years old. We ...
... in the woods with Alice, a Harris hawk, 11 mos old. She was adorable and very pretty. She played with Dave and would then fly off. He would put a tiny piece of meat on our leather glove and then whistle. She would then come swooping in and land on your forearm, which we'd place in a bent, upright position w fist closed. Very cool! Have lots of pics of Alice (and maybe Dave). Haha. Learned that several sayings we use came from falconry: ...
... and won major awards in the Tidy Towns competition several years ago.
There were 2 blue buoys with white stripes close to the entrance which we found very confusing.
There was plenty of space at the pontoons so we tied up at 1910 hrs.
Catherine had made Rissoles for us on Sundays left overs and they went down a treat especially when they were followed by tart and ice cream.
It had been a long day so we hit the sack early.