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Travel Blogs from Ennis
... oysters we stopped at the Tree House Cafe where we enjoyed lunch. I had an amazingly delicious BLT (so much bacon on it!!) and Nick enjoyed some seafood chowder (beautiful chunks of seafood in it). On our way back we stopped for ice cream and hot chocolate at Murphy's. It was sooo good. A must!
We continued our walk through the town and back to the harbour where we hoped our bus would be waiting. When we arrived we were given another 30 minutes to ...
... with dancing. They dance with girls, by themselves and with other men without thinking twice! I love it... I mean sometimes you just have to dance.
Well I am tired and I need to sleep. I will write again in a day or so.
Words that I've learned so far:
... with taking pictures through the window.
Arriving back in Dingle we stopped for 1.5 hours for lunch. I walked through some of the shops, and to be honest, I was suffering from a little bit of what I have termed “traveling wall”. It is where you are full of information, and despite how interesting or fresh the sites and sounds are in front of you, you just don’t care. I was full of information, and I didn’t either have ...
... were pretty busy. We appreciated that they were able to accommodate us this day. As they took us through each department, the manager for that department would give the tour and explain what was going on. When we got to the molding area, they brought us right to the Co-Injection Molding Machine. That was the last lecture I gave the students before we came on the trip. I asked them about the mold and the machine. No one got the ...
... at a pub in the middle of absolute nowhere, that the cab driver thought we said, with doors closed shut and nothing else around. Right… of course we wanted to go there. We finally arrive to Mulloch and find more people in and out of the pub, but I go to the bar, and what? No beer? They stopped serving, and the people here were merely leftovers. So out in the street we went, waiting for something that resembled a shuttle or a taxi for a half hour. The ...