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... that too is out the window. Doesn't really cover me much outside of the country or anything like that so no point renewing my membership and straight back to square one.
With the BMC insurance being so pricey and the MI covering **** all it was back to looking at the backpacker insurances companies/policies.
OK so I had a look around. The main issue is the climbing. Basically it ...
... card reader for my iPad. This is why I havent update the blog for a while, I was waiting so I could add the photos. Getting back to the hotel bar around 230 and have a cavery lunch of roast beef and veg, I think this will keep me going until tomorrow night. I spent the rest of the after noon drinking beer and updating the ...
... for those. Race hq was a GAA club house, so while we waited for results what seemed like half the field cooled down with laps of the football field, whilst we chatted to a couple of locals. The welcome was faultless, as ever, with those taking registration curious about our clubs and those talking at the end told us all about the prize Linda was about to receive-100euro voucher for the army and navy store-and who the local personalities were. Prize giving, added ...
... impress me.
We found Barrycourt castle (still closed this time of year.) From here we travelled to Cloyne and Whitegate in search of a beach to have a picnic. The area here is beautiful, the roads one car narrow, fields with green grass...driving takes really long under these conditions. We found fields with daffodils where they warn us to "preserve" ... At one stage we found ...
... I wanted to do it again. I broke down and did it again.
We went shopping again after the castle tour. I got Kim a sweater instead of jewelry. I will keep looking for some, but I don’t think I will find what she wants.
We stopped at the Cobh Historical Center. They have exhibits on three main themes; Irish immigration, Titanic, and the Lusitania. The Irish started immigrating to America and Australia during and ...