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This morning we met in the basement of the hostel for a presentation on dry needling, case studies, and a short Q&A. It was cool to learn how the dry needling acupuncture method works. The presenter also went into detail about how each muscle can effect all the other muscles and the chain reaction how body has. We had a two and half hour lunch break to go finish up the last of ...
Free day Today we had the opportunity to explore the city of Dublin. To allow easy transportation around the city, we were given passes for the Hop on-Hop off bus tour. My day started at 9 this morning as we made our first stop at the Jameson Distillery. This attraction is just blocks from our hostel, so it was a good location to start our day. When arriving at the distillery, we noticed many icons that caught our attention. For example, right when you walk in you are standing ...
... do the Vikings Splash tour. It was a bus that drove on land and water, and showed us around the city. Afterwards we walked to Trinity college and did the Book of Kells tour. In the long room in the library I found an old statue head with 'Plunket'. Even though Plunket was only spelt with one 'T' they are still our ancestors. I found out that back in the day the name started with one 'T' and then ...
... Irish decorations. Lots of references to the problems in Israel as well. It was also the place where the "Bloody" Sunday events took place that U2 sing about. The tour itself was a bit "heavy" and we came away feeling a little sad about the history and the current circumstances. We had a bit of a quiet night that night with some cheap but amazing Mexican food for dinner. The second last day of our tour was another long day on the bus. We drove from Derry to Belfast with a few ...
... to scope it out. The store consisted of walls and walls of glass jars filled with candy of all kinds including a whole section of bon bons. Having only heard the term "What? You think I sit around eating bon bons all day? (in one's best NY accent), we were curious as to what they really are. Turns out they are gum ball sized taffy-like spheres in a variety of flavors (toffee, clotted cream, etc) rolled in powdered sugar. Having come ...