Glebe Country House
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... and still in her pj's. Quite precocious were these two. Andrew and Tina were our hosts. The rest of the day was on our own. Took a walk around Cork, visited a few shops, saw a cathedral - Anglican (episcopalian). It was St. Fin Barres...really old and beautiful. Since Yvette was not feeling up to par, she stayed back and rested. Yvonne went with us for a while but left to check up on Yvette, then Maureen and ...
It's been a long, crazy, fun filled weekend, so I haven't had much time to write! Friday morning I woke up bright and early at 8:30 am to meet with the rest of the group for our first excursion, through County Cork. Our first stop was in the beautiful seaside town of Cobh (pronounced "cove"), the last place the Titanic stopped before heading out to sea over a hundred years ago. I was told that the Titanic museum there is a must-see, but ...
... since he is pretty cool-looking, but is way to loud for my liking!
This weekend I am going on a great adventure to many different parts of Ireland, I will write an entry about it after the weekend is over and attach pictures!
On this entry, I will post some pictures of the school and things I have done so far; and hopefully in my next blog I will post a picture of Paul so you can see him :)
Talk to you soon!
... is where I will be living and hopefully (fingers crossed) working for the next year. It is wonderful to be with him and the rest of the O'Flynns for a while.
Since my arrival I have applied to a few companies with no luck yet, but I hear that August is a tough time to get a job. September/ October will be better every one keeps saying. So who knows what ...
... down here...this is linked with my fear of the whip, trusting belayers, fear of the whip and my original fear of heights. But climbing that 7a slab route and setting that monstrous 7b thing that I still have to get onto has sparked my interest again. Think also finding a bomber belayer and also seeing Nicola learning to lead belay and start getting into the entire thing helped spark it.
Ok so I have a couple of points on this bad ...