I woke up in our hotel at around 8 am and came down for breakfast alone. The rest of our tour departed early and as I write this, they are boarding the plane in Dublin to head back to the United States. Brian and I have several more days on the road here in the UK, heading down to England and playing a concert in Herefordshire.
It's a very lonely feeling to have everyone with you for 10 days and then find yourself on your own. I think one of the best parts of our tour is that so many people, brought together by the love of our music, get a chance to meet each other and share something in common.
Lasting friendships have been made from these tours. We covered a lot of ground, saw a lot of sights and learned about a lot of history and geology, and absorbed cultures that were both strange and familiar at the same time. The best compliment we can receive is that so many people who have taken one of our trips have come back time and time again to join us for another one. I think Brian and I have worked hard to create something that is relaxing, comfortable and enjoyable all at the same time. It truly feels satisfying and wonderful that in our small way, we are able to make this world a little more WayGood.
Plans are already underway for next year’s return to Ireland and the beautiful location of Killarney. As of this writing, it looks like our "desert tour" is going to be the Spanish city of Barcelona. I hope that you enjoyed these blogs and will consider joining us for our next adventure in 2015!
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