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They say when you kiss the Blarney Stone at the top of the Blarney Castle, you gain the gift of eloquence. Today, my roommates, Christy, and I kissed the Blarney Stone! It was a such a cool experience because we had to take a huge spiral staircase up to the top of the old stone castle in order to get to the specific stone. Even then, a guy had to hold our bodies as we ...
... lot like Victoria with some tourism, but mostly people working and going about their lives. More cars than taxis too - that is a first here! Our stay in Cork may be cut short from the planned four days to as early as tomorrow, as I have managed to get in contact with some parish liaisons and pointed toward some Hallihans in Liscarroll. Maybe the Canadian and Irish Hallihans will meet soon?! Will keep you posted. Tomorrow... Who ...
... Whiskey production began at here in 1825. What makes Irish whiskey different than Scottish? First of all, the spelling: the Scottish drop the “e” while the Irish spell it “whiskey”. Secondly, its brew is distilled three times. The town of Cork is built on an island as the River Lee splits into two diverging channels and travelers find a wealth of stunning quays and bridges amidst a countryside unlike any other.
One cannot visit ...
Two weeks have flown by. Sharon and Joon readied themselves for their imminent departure. It was a relief to pile into the car and not smell vomit, guess the air fresheners did the trick. At the busy airport terminal we said our goodbyes. Julian hugged Jada tightly. We watch them dissappear into the airport. The sun is bright and the sky is clear.
We drive to the city center and shop around for a new jacket for Kaeleb, since ...
... in Dublin.
Day 5 - Taxi Driver
Today was our first moving day. We woke up early and hopped on a charter bus from Dublin to Cork. Cork is about 3 hours away and we looked at multiple options to get there. Hiring a private car would run about 1000 Euros and renting a car that we wouldn’t be returning to Dublin was not much cheaper. We obviously did not want to pay anywhere near that amount and instead took the bus for a ...