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    World's Largest Torch Relay
    World Harmony Run

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    100 countries
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    The All Blacks
    New Zealand

Ireland 17 September: Drogheda - Sally Gap

We started this bright and beautiful Irish morning with a run up to the Mayor of Drogheda - Anthony Donohue. After he officially welcomed us to his city, we sang him our World Harmony Run Song.

At 9.00am on a Monday morning we thrilled Mary at reception with our singing, which will hopefully carry her through the rest of the week.

From there we went down to Fatima Girls School, where we were meet by an enthusiastic group of girls.

This school has so many students who were born in different countries that they had no trouble guessing where we were all from.

Including Latvia! - which is usually a hard one to get. We all then piled outside and took a run around their school before setting off up the hill to St Mary’s Boys School.

Here we were greeted at the gates by the boys, who all crowded around as to hear Ondrej talk.

After the presentation the rest of the students came out for their break and joined in the passing of the torch.

From Drogheda we started to make our way to Dublin; we took the smaller back roads, enjoying the peaceful scenery and friendly motorists along the way.

After a quick lunch just outside Dublin, we made our way to Wicklow Mountains. We were all very eager to hit the road and climb the hills. So we clocked up a few extra kilometres that will make our next day's journey a little easier.

We then came back into Dublin to be treated to a feast at Mangala and Ambarish’s - two of the local co-ordinators for Ireland. Nothing like a home-cooked meal to end a great day in Ireland.

Distance: 88km

Team Members:
Ondrej Vesely, Rosta Vagner, Katerina Prusora and Mila Pisanova (Czech Republic), Mathias Eckerle (Germany), Martin Leitner (Austria), Maria Horvath (Hungary), Ieva Kurzemniece and Anette Klavina (Latvia), Stacey Marsh (New Zealand), Colm Magee (Ireland)

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