The day after tomorrow it ’tis when we hop on a plane and head across the ocean for Shannon airport in Éire. We’re taking Aer Lingus flight 138/Class X which leaves at 8:45pm from Logan and arrives in Shannon at 7:45am the next day. BUT, it only takes six hours. Know why? Of course you do! The time in Éire is five hours ahead of us. So, by our clock we’ll be gettin there at 2:45am. What a god-awful time to crawl off a plane! But look at the bright side: the sun will be out and it’ll be quarter of eight in the morning there. Did I say the sun will be out? hmmmmm Let’s hope so. The weather reports for that region have not been that great — a lot of rain has been falling there. Ah well, we’ll be prepared for that. Expect the worse, that’s my motto! Can’t go wrong with that.
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