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... listen to their stories for hours; we all come from very different walks of life. We have different childhoods, different customs, and different experiences (people in Brazil don't put their eggs OR milk in the fridge! oh and Irish milk is GREAT). I have made friends from Rio, Brazil; Quebec, Canada; many from the United States; Italy; Belgium; Germany, and the list could probably go on. We have started to do potucks once a week, which is fun to see what everyone ...
... said "Goodbye all". Very sad. It also featured a life-sized display that showed what the interior of an emigrant ship would have looked like. Many people were crammed into a small, windowless chamber for weeks on end. Filth and disease were rampant, and sadly, so people died before the journey ended that they dubbed these ships "coffin ships". I didn't realize that the town of Cobh was originally called "Cove" (named by the English). Then Queen Victoria renamed it ...
... the way to the epicenter of population in Connemara, Clifden, for a bite to eat and back to the city of Galway. The town of Clifden was founded by the Galway General D'arcy. The Kylemore castle was built as a wedding gift from husband to wife, though after only three years of the couple's inhabitance of the castle, the wife passed away from disease. Until a few years ago, the Abbey was run by Benedictine nuns as a school for girls.
... bus out to our Dublin plane, there were a few other young Irish people on board who were also English teachers in Minsk, Georgia. It occurred to me that a lot of young Irish graduates are now making their livings in far flung places teaching english; the economy in Ireland hasn't enabled them to find work relevant to their degrees. Maybe I was lucky to have graduated in 2001 rather than 2011. We landed ...
First of all, I was not in Vevay, Indiana on Tuesday. I actually took the train out to the farm of the relatives of one of the other Trinity students here. This was our first day out of the Notre Dame activities, so while the UCD people moved into their dorms, the Trinity students started our 8 day break until we get to move in. I've actually never been on a train before, so the ...