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... town with the notoriety of being the last port of call for the Titanic. There is a Titanic museum in Cobh that is very interesting. It is a quaint town with multicolored buildings and an impressive cathedral - Cathedral of St. Colman. I didn't have time to make the boat trip around Spike Island, but I enjoyed walking around the pier, and talking to the locals, who were ...
... behind we were on the coastline, more beautiful seascapes. A late lunch again in Killorglin before heading to Blarney Castle about 2 hours away. Had the most delicious apple sponge cake after lunch in Killorglin. Blarney Castle, what can I say but 'Oh my god', halfway up the one hundred step corkscrew staircase I stepped into a room to catch my breath and calm my ...
It has been a great two weeks in Ireland, and I have so much to share with you! First, I will tell you a little bit about the school I am teaching in. It is an all boys school right across the bridge where I live in Cork. For most of the day, I am with first grade. In the morning, they practice speaking Gaelic, an Irish language. I am starting to learn some words but it is really hard and most of the time, I am not ...
... No sense in going home to come right back out to pick Chris up at 6pm for Oliver Plunkett's dancing and music. What about a movie? Maleficent starts at 3pm at Mohan Point right across from Qualcomm. Perfect!! The movie is great! We all enjoy it. When we get out it's perfect timing to pick up Chris.
At 6pm we are parked outside Qualcomm waiting for Chris. It's such a short drive to the city center. By 635pm we are parked ...
... the smallest airport by far, much smaller than San Diego and probably about the size of Tucson's. Customs is a breeze; even though Chris was slightly worried with all his paperwork and visa, but they wave us through, telling Elizabeth she has the better end of the deal. That she does, two months in Ireland to play and Chris will be working for some of the time.
We take a cab to Ballincollig, where we will pick up the car at a relative's house and ...