Today is our last day of my tour around Ireland. For 7 days we had a wonderful time and saw a lot of course. It gives you a nice idea of what Ireland is looking today !
We have seen so many things that I first have to sort out my pictures and write about my trip more in details. Anyway, we were a very nice group of 38 people. And once again this trip confirmed what I always thought, from whatever continent we are coming, whatever nationality we have we are all the same. Maybe our style of life is different, certainly the clima too, but the people themselves they could be your neighbor in your country.
We were only 6 from the European continent. British and I. The others came from far away, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, America, and even Thailand. And we had so much fun.The pictures above give you an idea about our trip;
I shared my bedroom a few nights between a New Zealand lady and a young woman of 28. It all went very smoothly, although we never had seen each other before. It proves that there is no problem to travel "alone" you will never be alone if you are in a group.
The Irish accent made us laugh especially me when a man explained the history of a "bottlefield" and it took me some time to realize that he meant "battlefield". From now on I will call the Waterloo battlefield "bottlefield".
So now I have to join the others and we continue our bus tour direction Dublin, where the tour ends tomorrow !
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