First we’d like to thank British airways for getting our bikes here on time, without incident, and without charging us any extra fees. We put together our bikes and ate a pad thai dinner in the airport and cycled off to our b&b, about 10 miles. By the time we reached it, it was 10:30 – later than we planned, but our flight was delayed and we’re slower at bike assembly than we expected.
We met up with Suzanne’s college friend Heather and her Irish musician husband James. We went on a “pub crawl”, more of an Irish music education crawl, and then met up again with James to see him at Gogarty’s, perhaps the most touristy pub in Ireland.
We’re off today for the countryside, to a country b&b called Moate Lodge.