Monthly Archives: September 2016

Labacallee Wedge Tomb

Now that we were on a merry jaunt around the county, Thomas had decided that we should make a couple odd stops. One of our first stops happened to be one that required us to climb a wall to get … Continue reading

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Back On The Road: Tomas Takes Us To Lots of Graveyards

Tomas has decided that, despite the fact that there is so much to do, that he really wants us to take one last trip to a variety of places, mainly churches and graveyards. As some of you know, Tomas has … Continue reading

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In Which My Mother Tries to Teach My Cat to Facetime

During this entire time, one very important personality in my life has remained largely invisible, mainly because she hasn’t been with me at all: my cat, Leia. Leia came into my life years ago, back when I still had all … Continue reading

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The Irish Spider Problem

Ireland is basically the opposite of Australia. Australia got all the bitey, poisony, vicious things (with the except of possums, where there was apparently a mix up, and North America got Australia’s order and Australia got North America’s order), and … Continue reading

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Jo, Annie, and the Phantom of the Opera

It is surprisingly easy to slip back into a routine. I think the hardest part of traveling or moving is when you move to a new place, you lose your routine. Even the routines that should easily stick together, like … Continue reading

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In Which My Parents Leave For The U.S.

After all their various knocking about, it has finally come time for my parents to leave. Which is sad. People leaving is always sad, because it means they’re going away, and despite the fact that I love traveling, I don’t … Continue reading

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What My Parents Were Doing While Unattended

While I popped around Kerry and fell off cliffs, my mum was busy researching away in Dublin, being a very responsible human being and getting things done. Meanwhile, my dad and my aunt were doing anything but. I had set … Continue reading

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