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November 07, 2016


Ian Evans

Your mention of Lisdoonvarna brings back good memories.

Our close friends in the Béarn are enchanted by County Clare.

They visit as often as they can.

When they do we try and join them.

Lisdoonvarna is a regular haunt.

I can still picture my great friend Bruno’s face when I gave him the ‘Ride On’ CD as a present and he saw that one of the tracks was titled Lisdoonvarna.

As for sharing bedrooms with Irish men, I am reminded of the time in 1965 when Noel Murphy served me a hot toddy at 10.00am on his bed.

It was in his bedsit in Elsworthy Terrace, Chalk Farm and my 2 close mates were also present!

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