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... The field is quite a bit larger than our football fields. Played very fast and furious. Rules seem similar to our soccer. Players begin playing when they are 4/5 years of age. They are all amateurs, not one gets played....only the referee gets any payment. The players of the team must raise about $200,000 for each season. After the ...
... After the castle it was time to make my way home before the storm set in. I decided to take the country roads this time because the freeway is boring. I was rewarded with seeing some beautiful Irish farmland, stone fences and hedges all along the roads and happened across an old abandoned abbey. Jerpoint abbey was the name of it. I'm cruisin down this road out in the middle of I don't know where the hell I am, and I see these turrets ...
... waits for us to pass. He is just pulling out of a field. We continue down the road, it is getting smaller, and smaller, narrower and narrower, brush is hitting the sides of the car, you can hear the paint scratching and then the road is gone!! Nothing but a wall of shrubs in front of us. Ron is feeling a bit panicky, he thinks he is going to have to back up for a very long ways before being able to turn around. Harry had seen a gate to a field ...
... the showers had been. He said that he would correct it for tomorrow! We all mustered at about 9.30am and walked back down towards Kilkenny. Initially, we had to cross a roundabout with no pedestrian crossing. Remarkably, the car drivers were prepared to stop to allow us to cross! We had found this in other towns too, unlike England, where they either ignore you or line you up for target practise! We went via the river walk and then entered the Castle grounds. Having ...
... now. I even got to hold one of the heaviest bowls which was in the middle of being carved by the master cutter. Tour over and a few purchases later were off to Reginald's tower is the oldest urban civic building in Ireland, and the oldest monument to retain its Viking name. To this day, it remains Waterford's most recognisable landmark. It is believed to be the first building in Ireland to use mortar. It is a round tower ...