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... do at Trinity, as it is still a (very) active university, but Lisa gave us some of the history of the place and pointed out the building where the library and the Book of Kells is, which I'll come back to later.
From Trinity we headed down to the final stop, just near the Irish parliament building. All in all it was a fantastic tour, and lasted almost three hours! And luckily for me it ended not too far from my hotel, so I was able to go and grab my umbrella. ...
... people on Slea Head for which Irish is their first language. Road signs are in Irish and English as everyone now learns English in school. We stopped at Mary's, an 84 old who has beehives on her property, which are ancient stone huts. Mary was Tom Cruise's mother in the movie 'Far & Away'. With the wind blowing, the surf is high Traveled out to the Blasket Island Museum which had a informative film on the history of the Blaskets. Presently there are only 22 people left on ...
Oh. And I pierced my nose. Lawlz. I’ve already accidently ripped it out three times… usually followed by a loud particularly enunciated curse word. My parents didn’t really react at all when I told them which as a twenty year old having executed a new face piercing is disappointing.
GUYS I’M GETTING REALLY FAT. LIKE FRESHMAN YEAR FAT. LIKE **** SOMEONE HELP. I’M DROWING IN THE FAT ...
... where John and the worker there had a confrontation over the "Satis-Fries". Please do not worry, as Ireland has not severed relations with the U.S.A. because of this. So all is well.
May I say Mrs. Madigan, John is a comic genius. We had a delightful time of watching him trying to return the tray from the security line and ...
... knowing how to drink, no matter what day of the week it is! We did a pub crawl on a Sunday and Tuesday night and to our surprise it was busier than any Saturday back home! The live music was incredible, free entrance into the pub and you spend the night singing along to a band you would expect to pay top dollar to see back home. Just be warned with such good music you will most definitely wake up with no voice in the morning. On our last couple of days in Ireland ...