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... on something they call the "Roscommon Experience", which is basically a scavenger hunt. Afterward, they took us to an old Irish castle where we had TONS of fun. When we were all done with that, we went back home and had the biggest Thanksgiving feast ever!
Overall, it was an awesome, restful week in Ireland, and now our team is more ready than ever to go to Cambodia!
24 hours to go until Southeast Asia!!!
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Gerritt & Maggie Salant
... buildings covered in pastel paints. Pubs are very traditional, and all have amazing soups with home made soda breads (which are to die for). The landscape when you drive from one town to another are just amazing. The smell of flowers, herbs mixed with green grass and ocean are indescribable! You just have to be there and try to take it all in....again and again as there is nothing quite like that! Pure nature....nothing else!
... which I think you would love Ruth. So today we walked the gardens and then took a short walk thru the castle grounds to Cong, the little "wee" town. No Starbucks here so I tried to describe to the young gal in the coffee shop how to make one and it wasn't bad. More shopping of course in a gift store and then we stopped for lunch in a small pub in town. Janette, in honour of you, we took a picture of our soup and bread as I know you love to do when you travel.
... Mummy and Daddy had tea, I wish I was old enough to have tea.) They had really nice horses and carts and a bull and a key to play with, and told us stories about their daughters. Mummy told me their names were Uncle Hilary and Auntie Maud. We went for another drive, so I had another nap. When I woke up we were at Berni's house. Berni and her daughter Sarah were really nice to me and had lots of new toys to play with. I had a quick bite to eat then ...
... are not-and plenty of trees, along with some slightly odd Lion, Witch and Wardrobe themed sights. The signs are particularly gaudy. Round the far end is another folly, a grand arch, and as we sat looking at the beautifully landscaped gardens (Capability Brown, of course)-the path bends and drops away from you, the view narrows and then expands-we spotted a thing. Yes, that tree off in the distance is definitely shaped as a huge cock. It made me giggle to start ...