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... and strategies that affect pharmacy, reduced rates on training courses and events, communication mailing lists to receive updates and breaking news, and savings on a range of services. The IPU also encourages patients to ask a pharmacist first for medical advice that is not an emergency. Pamela was an excellent resource on pharmacy within Ireland. She gave us a comprehensive overview of Irish (and European) pharmacy and encouraged us to ask many questions. We had an ...
... Now I am off for my next journey and I am so excited. I truly can't believe I am going to London, it is just one of those places I have always dreamt of going to. To get ready I am watching Mary Kate and Ashley's Winning London movie, because what better way is there to get ready?! It seems like a little bit of a complicated journey to reach our final destination tonight, but I am up for the challenge.
... pot and a bunch of hangers. There, we met an Irish student who told us about a club called ERASMUS which is an international club on campus. She also gave us bracelets to get free entry into a club that night called Howl at the Moon. It was the coolest place I have ever seen with a mixture of a pub and club setting with 4 floors full of people. There was a great mixture of American's, other international students, and Irish ...
... to Dublin. Our car to Jacquie's to see her, Charlotte and Alicia. Then her car to Cork train station for the train to Thurles to see Bee, Finbar, Elanor and Emmett. Having done our parental Christmas duty, we then took a second train on to Dublin, and finally a taxi to the hotel. Now relaxing after a nice dinner (and wine of course) in the hotel. Up at four am (ugh!!) to check in for ...
... and do in Ireland. He helped me reverse my car into the carpark downstairs, spent half an hour going over the tourist map with me making recommendations on places to visit, eat, drink etc, really went out of his way for me. Awesome. Although I will say his first recommendation was that I go to jail (the Kilmainham gaol is a historic site here) But I explained thats how my people got to Australia in the first place. So on Rory's recommendation, my first stop today was ...