Introductions

COMING SOON!

Upon arrival in Ireland on September 2, we will embark upon the adventures of left side road/right side wheel driving, beautiful farms, lush green landscapes, long lost family and friends, perfectly cured meats, and delectable sheep’s milk cheeses. Try to be patient with us because we CAN’T WAIT!!

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5 Responses to Introductions

  1. maryjane says:

    have a great trip. be careful a friend of mine went several yrs ago and had a car wreck. I think she got confused, being a elderly lady lol

    I am looking forward to your blogs and pictures

    mary jane

    • This is good advice. The roads around Irish airports are commonly closed due to car wrecks caused by people driving on the WRONG side of the road. And check with your rental company what charges will be made on your credit card because they are NOT always up front about it. There may be charges for such things as road tolls, even if you pay for them as you go. Always ask. Of course, this would be the least of your worries if you wrote the car off.

      pd

      • nomadstable says:

        fantastic! i still think they should put bright red flags up on all of the cars driven by people who tend to drive on the right side of the road! i would be happy to keep people away from me. fingers crossed! we will be learning to drive and have no clue where we are going…double whammy!

  2. dana joy says:

    hurry up and get there already so I can read about it!

  3. stacey@staceytignerloy.com Tigner loy says:

    Living vicariously through you guys and you blog so have tons of fun!

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