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... Whiskey making. We are heading to Tullamore Dew and Kilbeggans this morning.
Div is loving the castles which has surprised me, there is a White castle, but we missed it, never mind you can't see everything.
We went to Banratty castle for a Medieval dinner, we had to eat with a dagger and our hands, and drink the soup from the bowl. The singing was absolutely beautiful,they sang Danny Boy and this brought a tear to our eye.
... final goodbyes to his girlfriend.
When the session at Flannery’s finished, my Finnish friend, Norwegian friend, and I walked over to that new session for even more music. They played, we sang, and even more people from inside the pub came to the circle to share a few songs. After a while, we decided to go find yet another session. This time I was with my Norwegian friend and a fellow American. We walked into the new pub just as the musicians walked out the ...
... but one moment I turned around and noticed it emptied significantly. Who knows what happened. They all could have emptied out because the session up front finished (but not ours!), or they could have heard about something else going on, or my conclusion is that the bar closed, kicking most people out except for those of us in the back. I didn’t know what time it was, but clues led to the idea that it might have been past 1:30 or 2, which is legal closing ...
... BBC Sport has no commercials (as it should be normally, but not ideal when watching the Superbowl), so during the breaks, we watched a few broadcasters talk about what happened. Snooze. Yes, really. I fell asleep during Madonna’s performance and didn’t wake up until the very end of the game. The Irish are nocturnal. I seriously cannot handle late nights like them (though for the record, the Superbowl was Americans who did not stay ...
... things. Then we went to the on campus pub and I had my first Irish Guinness (that is, the first one since I visited the Guinness factory in Dublin four years ago and sipped about a third of my pint). The Guinness here really is far better then at home. I'm no beer connoisseur, so I don't know why it's different, but it is, and that's that. We left just as the international society started their speed-dating event. Really? I was enjoying a ...
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