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... England and I will be meeting back up with them tomorrow after my exam.
It snowed a lot here in Hull last night. All the Northerners found it amusing how excited the Southerners and I got about it. The snowflakes were so big! And we went outside to play and had a snow ball fight. It snowed heavily for about half an hour and then stopped. So it did settle, but has since mostly melted. But it was real fun while it lasted.
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We also visited the grange stone circle. It is the largest in Ireland and second in size only to Stonehenge. It is on private property but the farmer has left it open to the public. He keeps cows there to keep the grass short. Watching where you're stepping is important! We were told the largest stone has healing powers, so we got pictures of each of us standing with our hands ...
... dramatic! They also went to the grocery store and got me supplies for the BRAT diet...oh boy, just what I want to eat while in Ireland.
We all took afternoon naps that day, then late in the afternoon decided to back to the store in Killorglin for dinner supplies. Just for the sake of a little adventure we took the Glencar Rd which is a beautiful drive and goes around Carragh Lake; of course, it takes about 5 times longer to get to Killorglin that way. We bought ...
... a few itinerary changes for our next hotels. After 30 minutes on the phone with Expedia, my patience was greatly tested; I even provided them with constructive feedback "your customer service sucks!". Important detail: I was still caffeine-free. We head toward Adare, a traditional Irish village. Karine gladly visits 2 stinky churches and lights a real candle this time, while I enjoy our last moments rain-free. We go for lunch on a nice outside patio, with some ...
... On the way we stopped at Paddy Bawn Brossnan's Pub. Paddy was a legendary Dingle Gaelic football player.
At @ 11:30 a fife and drum band starts up outside O'Flaherty's and the whole town joins in a parade that winds through the streets of Dingle. At about 10 minutes of 12 the parade arrives at the town square where there is a huge countdown clock projected onto the side of a building. It is a miniature Times Square with about 8,000 strong celebrating. Truly a night to ...