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Royal Hotel - Ganman


And I wrap up this trip with the Royal Hotel at Ganman.

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  1. Wow you're back in bogland. How did the car get there?

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    1. Funny. I hadn’t noticed the car. Am mulling over how to get back into blog land more regularly.

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