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... 8217;s that iconic symbol of Ireland; an old bicycle leaning against a thatched cottage with the red half door open and the slightly pudgy Irish woman leaning out the top and shouting “Top o the morning to ye”. It’s the reason small rental cars come screeching to a stop every time they pass a thatched cottage – because there aren’t that many of them. Well there are plenty of them in the Southeast, just usually no pudgy Irish woman hanging out the door. ...
... what could be described as a "rough" Wednesday night, we woke up to the national holiday of Ireland. We went into Cork City and watched the parade. It was PACKED. It was cool but at the same time a bit disappointing because it just seemed like 100 different groups representing some group that wasn't Ireland that lived there now. Kind of took away from the Irish-ness of it in my opinion. But it
was still great craic.
Once we ...
... Then Erin, Rory, and I ran into the SuperValu (grocery store) next door to get these really yummy candy cars, Crunchie, for the bus ride back.
After the freezing walk back to my apartment, I made dinner..this Mediterranean coucous I had bought which was actually really good and steamed veggies which were ok.
We all met up after we ate and went to The Star to listen to some live traditional music which was a nice ending to a busy weekend ...
... stone, which was built into the wall. Later we found another, bigger, more easily accessible stone to lay our lips on -- you'll see the pictures. We also found the castle's poison garden. Oooh!
... it hard to navigate. At the causeway we decide to turn left and walk around Clogheen marsh and then we climb onto Clogheen hight and arrive in Clonakilty after a neat one hour and 45 minutes.
'I really am a pilgrim now.'
My first pilgrims food is handed to me.
In Scannels I drink tea, play harp, meet the Dutch cyclists again who have come especially to meet the Dutch pilgrim - they cycled to Santiago -, do ...