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Today was the last day of orientation aka the last day of death. They made us do ice breakers where we had to tell three truths and one lie and everyone else had to figure out which one was your lie. No thank you. After orientation was finally over we all went to this fair where teachers from every department were at various tables. I talked to some nice lady at the psychology department because I will finish my psychology minor here at UCC. She stressed ...
One hell of a rollercoaster day! Sooo last night we met that gentleman that recommended we skip going to Waterford today, and spend a little more time in Dublin. We woke up, had breakfast, packed and left our luxurious hotel. It made me a little sad to leave that amazingly comfortable bed!!!! Plus Dublin was such an exciting city!! It wasn't at all what I imagined when I wondered what Ireland was going to be like. I think ...
This morning we get going a bit later. Elizabeth narrows down the brochures and picks three options the boys can choose from. They opt for Blackrock Castle Observatory and Science Centre. It's close to Chris's work so we try to coordinate lunch but he's got a lunch meeting.
The Castle was rebuilt in 2005, and originates from the 16th century as a defensible fort at the mouth of the River Lee protecting the important port city ...
... under construction. It is situated alongside King's River, Kells. One of its most striking feature is a collection of medieval Tower houses spaced at intervals along and within walls which enclose a site of just over 12,000 m2. I looks more like a fortress than a Priory The local name for it is: "Seven Castles".
Kilree round ...
... men, we realized we had assumed correctly. We spent the remainder of the evening drinking Blarney Blonde Ale and other local brews, listening to Irish folk karaoke and learning more about Irish pub etiquette before our exhaustion got the better of us.
The next morning we slept off our jet lag a bit before enjoying our first Irish breakfast. After breakfast we loaded into the car and made our way down narrow, walled lanes in the rain toward the Middleton Jameson Distillery. ...