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Trip back to Ireland and meeting the Irish Police (Garda)
For the last week we have been back in Ireland. I borrowed my mother in law’s car and it got broken into by thieves so I had to call the Irish Police. Two weeks ago I was with the French … Continue reading
Posted in On the Journey Tagged Aine Brady, Ballymagarvey House Hotel, Ballymagarvey House Hotel in County Meath, Bill and Cora kee, Gendarmerie Nationale in Chalon sur Saone, Ireland, Irish Police, John Conville, Lorna Kee, Parish Church Sligo, petty crime sligo, short term parking Lyon Airport, Sligo Leave a comment
We have returned to Ireland this week because of my knee.
We flew back to Ireland on Monday evening because I had a follow up appointment with the Consultant. The good news is that today I had another MRI scan on my knee and met with the Consultant afterwards. As I had … Continue reading
Posted in Adrian injury, front page Tagged Chalon, channel tunnel from Folkestone to Calais, Dublin, Gap Year, MRI Scan., Nottingham, Sligo, srida bike 3 Comments
I have decided that today blog is all about me as it’s my birthday!
Today I am 61 ! There were sometimes in my life that I thought I would never get to this age. But I have and I am in the middle of a Gap Year and celebrating my birthday, with Nuala, … Continue reading
Posted in C'est La Vie - The Boat, front page, On the Journey, Reflections on Life Tagged Berlin, Berlin Lakes, Calais, Civil Unrest in Northern Ireland, Dover, Europe, Freedom of movement, Gerry Wilson, Growing up in Ireland in the 1950s, Ireland, Munster, Newbridge, Nuala, Nuala Louise, paris, Russell Court Hotel Belfast, Sligo, Tarmonbarry, West of Ireland 8 Comments
Two Chance meetings on Sligo Train
Last week I went to Sligo on the train. On the journey I met two very different people. The first was a PR Consultant and the other had an unusual folding bicycle. Meeting both has helped our Gap Year Plans. … Continue reading
Posted in People We have Meet on the Gap Year Tagged Sligo, Summerhill College, train journeys 3 Comments