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... the walls being built some time in the early 1600s. The walls run for about 1.5km around the inner city and we take a quick walk atop them - they are adorned with the usual cannons and memorial plaques explaining various points along the way. The weather was slightly chilly so we headed to the nearest coffee shop for another exceptional cappuccino and scone. They sure do know how to ...
... out and meets eachother. It's almost addicting meeting more and more people finding out more things about everyone. Everyone has a different story and you really learn a lot if you give someone the time. You really become little families. I'm realizing so much about myself too and am getting more and more used to everything. There's so many great people out there and it really makes the places that much more special. Not a lot of people get the chance to travel ...
... with God and the individual. Also, we learned about the impact John F. Kennedy had in the city of Galway; they have a section of the park dedicated to him. We needed the tour near the river in Galway, such a beautiful site! After the tour, we had about two hours before our lecture with Dr. Niall Ó Dochartaigh. A few of us decided to go to the corner store and grab a quick lunch to optimize our break time. It was a good ...
... to chase the day but am not fast enough. Coming home I will actually leave and arrive on the same day. The trouble is that the trip duration will actually be 26 hours.
Starting next week I will start my new work schedule starting at 6am. This will allow me some overlap time with India and 6 hours a day of overlap with Ireland. It will take me some time to get used to but I think it will work out great. In addition, I will miss mornings at home but will be able OT pick the ...
... these are the only pit stops and we feel obliged to order a cuppa or whatever). He and his customers were all speaking Gaelic and he told us this area is Gaelic speaking; I had seen the signs along the road saying 'Gaeltacht ' so it wasn't hard to guess. People from Dublin and the midlands send their kids to Gaeltacht areas for summer school, where they stay with local families in total immersion. This is often because the teachers of Irish in the ...
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