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... because he did not have a PowerPoint and he liked to ramble on a little bit, but his story about getting turned down by that girl at the bar was funny. Later on we had Professor Mike and he talked about the GAA's affect on Ireland and Britain and how the GAA was banning people from playing British sports. Dr. Tara gave another lecture and she talked about technology and sports and ...
I am now sitting here at the Airport in Duesseldorf while the first couple of people are already boarding my plane to Istanbul and am trying to catch up on the events of the last week. A lot did happen and I did not have the time or had other priorities than writing them down.
So here is an attempt to recapture some of the events. I want to start with my second last day at work.
My second last day at work for 7 months was relaxed and I ...
... Kells were produced and beautifully illustrated in the 9th century by the monks during the Dark Ages. Ireland was sheltered from Europe during that time and they are incredible. They are the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John all hand written on vellum paper. Then Jane and I were off on our own. We went to Christ Church for a wonderful tour. Had a little bit of lunch in the crept :-) Even got up to the belfry where 900 bells are housed. Jane and I got to play ...
... backstage of the Abbey Theater and talk to the
stage production managers about the business of running a theater. Then, dinner
on a boat restaurant on the river, before going to Dirty Dancing. As our class
walked in, a photographer singled me out and brought me over to the red carpet,
which was something I wasn't expecting to be doing in Ireland. I think he just
liked the way I was dressed, unless he looks at New York society pages for some
reason and recognized me, ...
Departure: April 1st 2014 Sometimes, when you travel, everything seems to go wrong. But in the case of my trip to Ireland, the complete opposite occurred and I had one of the luckiest trip one man can have out there. Here's the day to day breakdown for y’all. Day 1 – April 1st Packed my bags, ready to go. Raining in Prague. I guess this will prepare me for my upcoming trip to Ireland. It’s my second visit to the land of ...