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Ireland

........so much to see and do

Our days in Ireland have been truly wonderful with so much to see and do and unfortunately it feels like such little time to do it all.......we have spent our days driving through country lane-ways, always amazed at the beauty that greets us around every corner. We went to see the amazing property and house which Nathan and Kate have bought and will spend time over the next couple of years restoring it back to it's former glory - that visit felt like the beginning of a great Grand Designs episode. We have sat in a pub that is also the local lolly shop, general store, hardware store, we ate at a fantastic restaurant and wandered around the stunning gardens of an estate called Mt Juliet, we have explored the streets and shops of Kilkenny and made another visit to the very impressive Anglo-Norman stone Castle as well as laughs and entertainment in the impressive Castle playground.........

On Friday we made the journey to Dublin and visited Dave's relatives, lots of cousins and their children to enjoy the company of and Dave enjoyed re-connecting with his mother's side of the family. Monday we will head off to Limerick to meet some more.

The boys have enjoyed a classic Irish night out watching various rugby and football matches in pubs around Kilkenny and the girls had a wondeful night out in Kilkenny and Thomastown last night with all of Kate's cousins - they sure know how to enjoy the 'craic'..........

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Posted by Bartolofamily 02:56 Archived in Ireland

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