Peeking into new world's of wonder is what family travel is about! Here
seven year old Mozart explores a hidden forest behind a rock wall door
in Blarney, Ireland last summer. She had just kissed the Blarney stone,
we did one of her violin vignettes in front of the castle and we were
off wandering around the beautiful park-like grounds.
We spent quite a bit of time in Blarney and met some great people there
because our RV was rear-ended in France on our way to catch the ferry
to Ireland. Luckily, we found someone there to fix it well enough to
last until we returned to Spain for the winter, thus we had lots of fun
getting to know this area. We also happened to run into the teacher we
liked best from our gulet trip in Turkey, the summer before. He just happened to walk past us on an empty street. Small
I will be posting much more about our big tour all around Ireland last summer. After two and a half years of traveling the world in non-English speaking countries, it was quite a profound and surprising culture shock to finally be in our first country where English was the dominant language!