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... shops hey hey, we are on our way to Galway, easy day today should be at the hotel by 4pm & a cuppa. Little did I know we weren't finished for the day, we were visiting Galway Cathedral, what a beautiful church, we took some nice photos. Today I really am in trouble with my feet, green tea, water, cold foot baths etc but they keep growing, may need a visit to a Doctor if we stop anywhere ...
I am part of the international society which is a group here at UL for (obvi) international students (and Irish students). They have events and plan trips and whatnot throughout the semester and it's a blast! The arranged a trip to Adare and Bunratty castle and I went along.
Adare was rated the most beautiful village in Ireland for 10 or something like that. It has shops ...
... to me (a lucky few of you might get to watch said video), and somehow getting pushed to the front and winding up dancing with a whole bunch of enthusiastic sports enthusiasts. Oh, it was great fun. After the event ended, we made our way over to, take one guess where, yup you guessed it, Costello’s. But of course. And after the evening ended we made our way back home where my housemate was hosting a party for his mates. I, being the only girl and ...
... grand time climbing on walls and laying on sarcophagi. A giant piece of the Rock had fallen off during one of Ireland's storms and just sat there, tempting two adult girls to climb all over it.
From our hilltop, we saw a smaller ruin off in the distance, so, after enjoying Christmas cake (a real thing - some sort of fruit cake cooked in some sort of liquor), we decided to give this other ruin a whirl. To get to it, we had to walk through ...
... had mandrake leaves and Wolfbane from Harry Potter), we headed back to the town of Blarney.
Once in town, we had dinner at the ONLY pub. We both ordered the Roast of the day! But when we went to catch our bus...we realized the next one wasn't for an hour and 15 minutes so ....we went back to the pub and ate cake. Hard life. But actually, it did turn into that.
So we get into Cork again and it's about 9:40pm. So, sun is setting (it doesn't get dark ...
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