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... br> she insisted and she spoke with the reception. So we entered in the
castle but we were very intimidated because all the poeple looked us
weirdly but we had the opportunity to see the dining room of the king
and the garden . We took pictures and came back home. It was a
funny day ...
... girl, who takes Irish dance lessons
danced for us .We didn't appreciate this dance . It wasn't
so special or extraordinary for our generation . Then we
listened to two irish singers . For us the best moment was when
four students of the other classe sung . Anyway the rest was great
... went up to Darren jumping up and down in excitement yelling "Dean McLaughlin!!" We thought they must have known him, but had he name wrong (its pretty close to Darren McLennan!) but then they turned around when Ciaran walked over and did the exact same thing to him! And then to Daz as well!! Crazy girls! But at least they were having a good time! When we had finished our drinks, we decided to head off, and went up onto the city walls and walked around to the cannons with the ...
So like I said, this is a pretty short entry. I really didn't do much today, I actually think I went to Poundland a second time today too...oh yeah I did because I bought devil horns, wings, and a tail because I'm being a devil for Halloween! Ironic, right? Halloween is HUGE here. I might have already said that in a previous entry but I'm very excited about it. There will be pictures, don't worry!
Well, I guess that's all folks!! Thanks for reading! :)
... may get off and accompany us. Instead, he makes sure the other passengers on the bus clear a way so we can get through with our luggage and depart easily, and as the bus pulls away, we see him gesturing to be sure we follow his suggested route before he gives us a hearty farewell wave. Helpful strangers accompany us on all our bus trips through Dublin. Just pull out a map and a friendly voice tells you where you should get off, and the person who owns the voice looks ...