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... to see the Castle and Pioneer Village.
Off again and onto Limerick where we are staying the night.. Short drive for us today.
Off to find veges for dinner tonight!
PS - forgot to tell you all yesterday that Joe was wearing his All Black jersey and got stopped in the main street of Galway and asked if he was an All Black!!!
... in the day. There are several areas with donkeys and cows, and 2 Irish wolf hounds that you can see as well.
Afterwards we headed back to get ready for a night out on the Irish town. We started at Dave's house were his wife and mates were getting ready. Dave and Ash have a Victorian era house, which they are renovating. I thought it was pretty cool to be staying in such a historic place. With it not getting dark till 10pm, 5 hours ...
... fair grounds and charging an arm and a leg (oops, cliché) for parking and admission, it took place on the streets. Sure, areas were roped off where you had to pass guards to keep you from being up to no good. Also, some of the roped areas you could not bring your booze past that you were otherwise carrying around with you, like where the rides all were, and some of the roped areas the guards gave you clear plastic cups so that you can pour said booze into and ...
... apparently not had enough. Diane and I left at around 1am. I don't know how long the rest carried on for but wouldn't be surprised if it was 6am.
We had a great time and everyone was very friendly. The bride looked great and so did the bridesmaids the Groom and groomsmen were also looking fine both the bride and the groom gave very good speaches.
Woke this morning feeling ...
... all weekend. My hostel was swarming with musicians. I tried to read in the lobby and was instead serenaded by traditional music. I met a girl in my hostel room from Baltimore who is studying ethnomusicology at University College Cork, so we decided to hang out and go to the song session together. We went, we sang, we conquered. The next morning, I finally convinced myself to expect to start recognizing people. My hostelmate and I were eating a nice, ...