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July 21st 2024 - 09:42
June 15th, 2007
June 15th, 2007

Back to Wicklow

We all awoke thinking it was Thursday - but being Friday it was time to Head Back to the East Coast for the rest of our Stay in Ireland...

It literally took us a good hour to all come to terms with the fact that it was actually already Friday and time to Head Back cross country - but we made the best of it with a good fry-up for the morning, cleaned up the apartment and got underway just before 11.

The trip Back was, again, fairly uneventful with lots more beautiful scenery and a stop for coffee at Athlone on the river Shannon. We used this trip to talk "shop" About developments for the IMRF web site and future features for the SAR Management System - which passed the time until About 1700h when we arrived Back in Bray. Gerry drove us down to the coast where the surf was finally running - a sight to see! Kellei and I checked into the Royal Hotel in Bray for the night and our last three nights in Ireland.

Traveling is always a tiering business and we basically hit the sac straight after a bit more TV in the evening.

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