Day Nineteen was one of those awkward in between travel days but we made the most of it and managed to hit up a few attractions too!
First of all sorry for the radio silence. Between landing a full time job in January, continuing my studies part time and heading back to rowing I’ve been absolutely slammed.
At the moment I’m still get used to such a heavy work load and while my time management is fairly good cramming so much into my week is definitely testing it.
But don’t worry I’m not leaving the world of blogging, just taking a bit of a break to get myself settled into my even busier lifestyle before I’m back again.
Day 18 marked the final day our a Topdeck Tour and allowed us to tick off a few last tourist attractions within England.
“Let’s have a toast. To the incompetence of our enemies.”
The Cruel Prince is the first book in The Folk of the Air series by Holly Black.
Day 17 we jumped on a ferry in Dublin and sailed across to Northern Wales….
In Dublin we saw a traditional Irish show, rang a bell in a church and tried Guinness.
Apparently kissing the Blarney Stone will give you the gift of the gab. I’m dubious but I didn’t actually kiss the stone myself so I can’t completely discount it’s powers…
“Be courteous, and be prepared to kill everyone you meet.”
Agent of Enchantment is the first book in the Dark Fae FBI series by C. N. Crawford.
One of the most scenic days of our trip and definitely one of my favourites.
I love a good hike and Mt Ngungun looked like a fairly easy short run. A combination of very step inclines, my unfit post exam state and millions (yes millions – not even exaggerating) mosquitoes made for an interesting morning.