Some things I learned today.
If you have to bring someone to A&E in Ireland, allow for a long wait. Bring a flask, sandwiches and a sleeping bag. Minimum wait, six hours if you're lucky.
No matter how many people are in the waiting in the waiting room, you will always be seen last, even if a load come in after you.
If you SatNav says that traffic is heavy on the motorway and advises you to take an alternative route, believe it. I didn't.
If a bloke stops you on a backroad in the wilds of Wicklow and asks for directions to Cork, pretend to be foreign.
You'll find more people smoking fags in the grounds of a hospital [where it’s forbidden] than you will in the street outside [where it isn’t].
I learn new things each day.