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... Each person who attends the museum is given a ticket representing one of the 123 passengers that boarded the Titanic in Cobh. Vivian was Julia Barry, a 23-year-old housekeeper; Tom was Thomas McCormack, a 19-year-old bartender. Both were passengers in 3rd Class. After seeing the actual dock where passengers embarked on the voyage and replicas of 3rd Class and 1st Class accommodations, we watched a video reenactment of the sinking. We then went to an interactive exhibit ...
... I don’t eat seafood. We shared a nice cheese board that had 4 different types of cheeses, all made in Ireland including Diane’s favorite, blue cheese. We also shared a potato and leek soup that warmed us up (did I mention how cold and windy it was today?). All of the seafood served there was caught locally, in fact, we saw a number of fishermen leaving their boats while we ate. Talk about fresh! Diane had Hake (a fish that I have never heard of before, ...
... is "What's the craic?" meaning "How are you?" or "How's it going?" and I had absolutely no idea how someone would reply to this if asked. The answer I got from Eoghan was saying either "Ahh it's grand!" or "It's ****" depending on how you were. Though I was a bit hesitant at first, the night at The Rock Bar has definitely helped me become more excited about the rest of my trip and for once I am excited for classes to start, I guess Ireland is already changing me!
... gardening tools. I had a look around and saw a mushroom display, a swap shop for food and Dan 2.0 selling sheepskin/plants and someone selling cream for your body. Ended up buying a cream for my foot and coffee/cake that was for sale at the event.
At the event I met Rachel. During the times I met her, we found out that we had things in common: we both liked Harry Potter Series and we both have a fear of dogs (especially if we do not know the dog and its owners).
... Coffee, we also had something to eat, though I don't recall what. It was not memorable, I guess.
After we ate, we took our boat ride across the Killarnee Lakes to Ross Castle (a ruin). From there, a bus back to the Robeen House and there we had our first experience with bees, as there were many chilling on our car. Strange. I hypothesized that the rain dripping through the tree coated ...