Gra Nomad Wanderings

Monday, September 18, 2006


Heaps of bridges are pretty small and old. ONE LANE thanks!

The bridge with 12 or 14 arches was at Ballydehob. Really neat.

The beach is on the Dingle Peninsula... in the SW of Ireland. There were even waves!

As you can see, Banana Split (our tandem) fits in the boot (trunk) of our VW Golf. We have had a couple of rides here in Ireland.... but it is a wet country. Aust is a dry country!

We depart Dublin for Paris on Friday 22 Sept. Hopefully the SPAAK family will be around to meet us. They are Servas friends.


At 8:41 AM, Anonymous Rodney Olsen said...

Amazing. I only wish I could be there too.

We'll be visiting Sydney in the second week of October and you won't even be there to greet us.

At 9:34 PM, Blogger julie said...

Ireland looks beautiful - just like I pictured it.

At 6:35 AM, Blogger Keasty said...

We can't be everywhere Rodney!

Yes Julie... you guys would love it. It'll be sad to leave here on Friday. Currently staying at a monastery with BROTHER BAPTIST - a Catholic! Isn't that unreal? He is a neat bloke! Just about to get into the Guiness.

At 9:35 AM, Blogger Wendy said...

Good Gracious!! You've really been getting around!!! Great pictures! It was nice to "see" you on my blog the other day. Keep well and have fun!

At 7:11 AM, Blogger Jennifer said...

Absolutely beautiful pictures! I've heard that it is very wet, which is one of the reasons I would never want to live there. But if not for the rain, you wouldn't have those lush green hills. Looks like so much fun!


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