Jack,Sheryl, and Sean, pictured outside the convent in Dingle. This convent is located right in the heart of Dingle town beside the main parish church. If you are in Dingle make sure to visit here.
Here we have Jack sitting in Dick Mac's pub in Dingle. The pink stuffed toy on the counter is a replica of a colon, which Jack's daughter gave to him after he had major surgery on his colon, from which he is successfully recovering. It is a credit to Jack that he is so open about this, as cancer of the colon is such a common disease among men as the reach into their fifties and sixties. To be able to share this as a warning to others of the dangers of this disease, is a tribute to both Jack and his daughter for highlighting this in a light humoured way in the public arena.
Today was not the most pleasant weather wise, but it made no difference, as we had a really great day together once again. Our time is flying by, and tomorrow will be our last day in Killarney. It does fly when you are having a nice time. Tomorrow's program includes the magical and awesome Gap of Dunloe, a journey through a glacial gorge in the Kerry mountains in a horse drawn jaunting car, and a trip down through the lakes of Killarney in open boats. Not to be missed.
No need to feel jealous. You can always contact me, and we can do it together whenever you are ready.
Catch you again soon.