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... There is a pub in town called after her, nice beer garden too!
Nenagh, now here’s a good one...the name comes from “Aonach Urmhumhan” meaning the Fair of Ormond, so Aonach became Nenagh...The Castle is impressive, built in 13th Century, it’s be renovated and gives a great view of the town and surrounding area. The Prison which is now a museum was built just before the Famine and a lot of people committed ...
... roamed the village of Grasmere and bought some authentic gingerbread. A customer had to spend a minimum of 10 pound in order to use a card at this gingerbread shop though. Everyone was cracking up because one of my students bought quite a bit of gingerbread since he was using his card. Good thing it was good gingerbread.
After spending some time walking around the town, we went back to our hotel and had dinner. The following day would bring us to Scotland.
... we had sponge cake, ice cream, jelly ( which for us is jello ), and strawberries. After watching television and talking with Brid and Jared ( who I forgot to mention were Caramel and Pat's kids...... Brid : 15 years old, Jared : 16 years old. ), we went outside to the cows. Jared stayed inside to watch football, which they play a lot differently. We first had to find the cows out in the field, then we ducked under the rope and crouched in front of them. Pretty soon most of ...
The Week of March 3rd was Charity Week (or some schools call it Rag week) at my school here. It is a week were there are lots of activities going on where the students pay or donate money and all the money raised goes to a specific charity. But really, it's a week when all the students skip their classes and drink all day and go to special events where everyone is drunk and all the money raised goes to charity. So we drink for a good cause! :)
This week was super ...
... old children.
We taxied back home in the wee hours of the night and, naturally, stayed up playing or singing. One housemate played his guitar and harmonica, our visiting friend the concertina, the other housemate brought out his fiddle but never touched it (though he should have!), and I sang. The best part of the entire night, though, was when the concertina player fell asleep on the couch mid-phrase. They were playing together, when suddenly no more ...