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... other girls try on and purchase their rings.
And the lovely lady at the jewellery shop told us that it wasn't in fact bad luck to buy your own ring like we had been told, which my response to that was 'well damn, then it's just my personality as to why I'm still single'. I thought it was funny...
And while shopping we ...
... He was at the hostel with a new group, but he spent some time with us. We watched a lot of movies while at Kinlay.
Once we agreed to stay there we had Emma write us letters stating we are living at the address so that we could apply for our social insurancenumbers (aka PPSN). The next step is to get this number so that we can officially work. Before you get one you must have proof of address. Emma gave us the letter Wednesday so ...
... been my favorite meal in Ireland. Jake and I decided yesterday it was time to get out of the city so we booked a bus ticket to Galway, in West Ireland. Galway is known for it arts scene and used to be a fishing town that grew into one of the biggest trade cities in Europe. The bus ride was beautiful. Rolling hills, sheep, greenery; unfortunately it was raining pretty hard the whole day. We checked into a hostel called Snoozles (haha) which ...
... made it to the roof of the keep because Abby pitched a fit on the third floor and we had to take her back down. But Justin did. I still can't believe how interested he is in these tours... Anyway, it was a wonderful excursion. While much of the driving was highway, we did get to meander down some Irish back roads and were treated to scenery straight out of a storybook. We stopped in town for a bite in a small cafe and headed back home early. Having an entire ...
... of a good pint to calm his nerves. We changed quickly and set off for dinner and drinks. We walked around for a while, indecisive on what we wanted. We finally settled on the Cellar Bar, where we enjoyed local Galway salmon and other delicious local fare. Although the food was good, the pending Barca football match and the booming drum noises from the cellar below inspired us to set out for a good pub atmosphere. We settled on the King's Head Pub, considered the oldest ...