Sunday, May 13, 2007

She's Committed

Gawd . . she's put a deposit on a trip. Not just any trip but South America, Canada, Ireland and England . . . at least ClareBear has decided to book an Adventure Tour, I was worried about two nubile nymphettes travelling Brazil and Peru on their lonesome. The know people in Montreal and London so that's Ok too. Ireland and England were new additions to me. Sometimes you've gotta read your kid's blog to see what they're up to. At least my washing load will diminish . . .

7 comments:

Dario Sanchez said...

Ireland?

Dear God, WHY? It does nothing but piss rain here!

Dario Sanchez said...

Also, I wanted to ask her where in Ireland she was going, but I need a Myspace account to do this, and I just freed myself from the Great Satan that is Bebo. I toured Ireland as a child, and there are some diversions in it, I guess.

Care to shed any light on that?

Baino said...

Everyone wants to go to Ireland . . it's the Irish! They're good craic. Her travelling companion knows someone in Dublin so I guess around and about the south. It's a very unstructured trip apart from 15 days Adventure Tour in South America which starts from Brazil in March 2008. Then to Montreal then over to Ireland in bout late April.

They're spending 15 days there. Rain isn't a problem, we don't get any so it's a novelty. I'll put her in touch with you and you can share enlightenment.

Dario Sanchez said...

Having spent the last eight months in Dublin, I know much ... especially that Dublin Bus is the Root Of All Evil.

E-mail address is on the blog should you require same.

I also wanted to see Oz myself; I have cousins in Bundaburg (something like that) ho only call us when there's a new addition to the family. Quite often, in fact. Though I've heard Queenslanders are crazy, so that could be it.

Baino said...

Thanks Dario, I've given her your email. Bundaberg is on the Queensland Sunshine Coast famous for it's sugar cane and Rum. Queensland's nice, you should visit. Hot, great beaches, rainforest etc.

ClareBear said...

I have to confess, I know absolutely nothing about Ireland other than I can't understand a word the Oirish say! I'll get the lo-down off Jem, she's organising it all..thank god!

Dario Sanchez said...

If you can't understand normal Irish people, then you'd better stay away from Cavan ...