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... internet action. Nice! Thank you, Clan O’Leary, for allowing us to make The Aquabase our Irish home!
- Rain? Again?! I guess we are in Ireland.
- Rainy day walk down to Ballycarbery Castle for one last look
- Getting ready to move out of our ‘Irish home’
- Awesome dinner at QCs, finally meeting The Aquabase neighbor, ...
... 1 jet lag in your face!
What better way to start the day than an Irish breakfast? Well sort of…scrambled eggs, Irish sausage, and toast (the same toast I made Emily at 3:30 am). Coffee? Nope, not for me. Jen? You betcha. And then a little running around in the grassy yard after breakfast. Now, that’s not exactly something we can do in San Francisco. The immediate reaction was to keep ...
... said the sport is your life, as well as your families life. Most boys grow up dreaming to be able to play for their county one day, but it is quite a long journey in order to make it on the team. The families of the players LIVE for the sport here and you must be extremely physically fit in order to play the game. The football player brought two boys who are currently playing for a club in Kerry to demonstrate some skills for us and some of us even got to try it ...
... You must come here and try this.
Dingle is a fishing village with way too many pubs and eateries. More good food at the Old Smokehouse, and pub music at the Dingle pub. There is a hardware store just down the road that is also a pub, if I lived here I would be down there all the time.
Tomorrow is a day in Dingle, a little bit of sightseeing and shopping and not too much driving. Cheers
So, pretty cool news. I'm gonna be on TV across Europe!! A whole 1’20" of fame. RTÉ, the Irish Broadcast company, is filming the Pentecost Mass at Glenstal Abbey and I was asked to sing in a little piece. Look up RTÉ online on Sunday and you might find me.
But now I just wait to be picked up for rehearsal. I have a load of laundry on the floor, but I don’t want anything to do with it, so I’ll just avoid it and wish it away. ...