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Today is our last day in Ireland. We had no definate plans, so we just took off to see the Irish Sea. We first went up to Clogherhead. It was another gray day with lots of wind. When we got to the beach it was like getting a nice exfolient blast! Sand was blowing everywhere. The tide was out, so we didn't get to get near the water. We picked up a couple of shells and Phil got some beach sand.
We still had time to kill, so we kept going up ...
... kind service folks at our stays, this has apparently been one of the nicest weather weeks of the year. I must admit, I was excited at the prospect of wind, rain, and overcast skies to get the true feel for the land ... But Lord knows we don't turn away sunshine and blue skies.
Sunshine and blue skies it was again for the drive to Dublin, of course. Since Jen had been subject (happily so) to the most challenging back country roads, we wanted her to get to cruise freely on ...
... go down to start the show and proceed to wander all around the packed seating area looking for a non-existent place to sit. And when they don't find one, they pick a spot on the wall, near a younger person like me, and proceed to stand there with their puppy dog eyes looking all tired and wanting someone to give up a seat to them. Well, this ain't the bus! And I made my way there early to ensure a seat, NOT to save a seat to give up to someone who strolled in at the ...
... in time to pick up my check from Lindsey? Maybe I hear back from my Jury's job placement application or Laura at La Creme can help me when I call her tomorrow morning? For the moment though this sucks. Trying to stay positive. At least I got over 53 hours of work so that's well over 400 euro coming to me in the next two weeks. Right now it's just about keeping things in perspective and trying to have fun while over here. ...
... After I've now been travelling for two months there are a few things you start to get used to being a Kiwi traveller around Europe. 1. People will always guess you're Australian, even other Australian or Kiwi travellers! (Probably because Kiwis can't believe they would be so lucky to bump into another New Zealander on the other side of the world, and Aussies will be Aussies always want to claim us as their own). 2. Learning to understand a wide range of accents becomes ...