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We were met at the airport by our Chauffeur from Etihad which was a cool experience. He explained about the bad weather we should expect as it's been horrible even by Ireland's standards. Never the less I was overwhelmed with excitement, I had been looking forward to visiting my Sister and her family for many years and I am now only 20 minutes away …
... all about folk tales. The your guide continually told stories of Irish fairy tales. We went through a tunnel that turned us into giants and then we were the size of leprechauns with giant furniture. It was very entertaining and interesting. We the. Went to trinity college where the book of kells, and the long room is. The book of kells is a very old scripture that has interesting artwork throughout. The ...
... normal levels!! The amount of stress that went away had a real impact on my whole attitude being out here. Before, and as you probably read in the last blog, I was quite down about being in so many classes again just like Gettysburg. Once I realized that I was going to too many and then confirmed it with the registrar, it was like a huge weight being lifted off my shoulders! I had my first project due this week, yesterday (Monday) in fact. It was a group ...
... ocean, leaving a piece of our soul there which we can only get back by returning within 20 years) then on through Tralee until we crossed the mighty Shannon River to County Clare. We spent the night in Ennis where the pubs were filled with locals playing traditional Irish music. The band that was playing this night was called Socks in the Frying Pan. Despite the band name, they were excellent!
Day 3: Ennis - Galway
Today we visited the ...
... our traditional fluffy pancakes, these were nearer to crepes, and so delicious. I ordered eggs Benedict. Instead of Canadian Bacon, these were were made with ox tongue. Amazing!
After breakfast we hopped back on the bus. Tom wanted to see the famous statue of Molly Malone. It's a pretty statue near Trinity College. Story is that she was a fish monger by day, and a prostitute by ...
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Great tasty food, lots of Beer on tap. Great value for money.
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