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seem to have spent the whole week booking flights, coach tickets, and many many rail tickets. which is good.
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are you going? :)
i think that was it!
5 different places in two months, is that all? ;) Sounds very supexiting! Good think you’re clearly such a professional travel agent so you can organize the while tour! :) Where in Ireland are you going? I’ve only been there once, loved it there!
about an hour north of Dublin. can go straight there on the bus from the airport without having to go into Dublin, thank goodness. last time we got the airport bus into Dublin, we ended up getting stopped by the police and getting a ticket for going across a red light! in a bus!
mind you, am also traumatised about getting the bus out of Dublin. when we went to A’s wedding in Slane, the bus driver drove right through Slane and out the other side. it was only when i saw our B&B receding in the distance that i realised something must be wrong. so we ran to the front of the bus and demanded to be let off … and as soon as we were off he just drove right off again, with our suitcases in the hold. we had to bang on the side of the bus and swear like troopers and … oh, it was all very traumatic.
hope this time will be more relaxed. another reason i shouldn’t have booked ryan fecking air!
that does sound traumatizing! Did you contact the buss company to complain about that moron who almost drove off with you and then almost drove off with your suitcases? He clearly shouldn’t have a buss drivers licence. Hopefully, the bus company this time has nothing whatsoever to do with Ryan Air, or the bus company you drove with the last time, so you can relax once you’ve recovered from the questionable customer service of Ryan air. Be sure to wear your running shoes and revolutionary trousers. You’ll need them for that strange, mad race to get into the plane first. ;)
I’ve only been traumatized by pubs in Ireland. They refused to serve me pints of beer, because women should drink half pints. Out of feminist principle, I demanded my pint. They then asked me if I was actually buying beer for a boyfriend, in which case it would be ok. I had to explain over and over that I just wanted to drink my pint of beer. They gave in, but gave me plenty of weird looks. It was actually a topic of discussion in several pubs. All very traumatizing, beer-deprivation is a serious matter, although probably less so than almost losing your suitcases. ;)