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... position, really close to the field, and also the bar, which had the best Cider!
We got amongst the Irish crowd and an old Irish man thought it was the funniest thing that I was from Wagga Wagga. Him and his friends were laughing and saying the name 'Wagga Wagga' literally about 20 times.
After the game, we got a taxi back to Uni and headed straight to the uni bar 'Stables' for International night. This is my favourite night ...
After a great breakfast this morning, we headed to our last hotel here in Ireland. First, we stopped at one more castle. We stopped at Dromoland Castle. It was another beautiful castle!! We walked around the grounds a bit and then headed the short 7 km drive to our hotel. Once we checked in, we ...
... river path to school.
Already a few blog-worthy moments, indirectly related to my topic. It begins!
-One, that on my trek to the city from the airport, I joined another girl who already ordered a taxi and had a rather colorful talk with the driver, sitting up front, horsing around, and learning that, after asking about work opportunities, that I could join the ladies on a street just around the corner from where I live. Sounds like a good job? People here ...
... six other people going through too.
We left the castle and headed for St Mary's cathedral. It too was built in the 1200 's and is still used today for services.
From there we went to the Milk Market. Think of a farmers market on steroids. Everything was all local, crafts, cheese, vegetables and even tools. Once we finished strolling around the tent it was time for a pint, so we headed off to a little pub on the banks of the River ...
... now, and somehow makes the world make sense.
No picture can truly show the beauty of this place, and no words can adequately describe it (but I'm going to give it a crack, because if nothing else, this land is inspiring - no wonder so many of my favourite authors are from here!).
I look out over fields where new and old and ancient worlds collide, and it's magnificent.
The fog rolls over the ocean, and the waters ...