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... to Naas in his car. When we got to Naas we wet to granny and granda's house we ate some lunch. We just relaxed for the rest of the day then went to sleep. the next day we just relaxed until the afternoon Then our uncle Connor brought us to do this thing called Geo-caching. It is a real like hunt for a box that was a prize in it. We went to 1 normal size box and 3 extra small boxes. When we went back we had an early dinner and went to ...
... boredom really takes over.
It's especially hard walking around because of the people you see. It's incredibly lonely here, I miss my family and friends a lot and I miss the times just one year ago, always having someone to do something with. You see a lot of couples visiting here, a lot of families on vacation walking down the street like tourists and tons of groups of friends having a great time here taking full advantage of what Dublin has to offer. Meanwhile ...
... course and headed for Ireland’s most prestigious college, Trinity College. It was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I to establish a Protestant way of thinking about God. Our campus guide, a very witty doctoral student, presented a colorful description of the historical highlights of Trinity College and details of the college Library, which contains the Book of Kells.
Ireland put my imagination to shame. The scenery was breathtaking and the coast even more beautiful, add in friendly locals at each stop producing 10 blissful days on the Emerald Isle.
Jake and I arrived later than planned on a sunny Friday afternoon after having a bit of trouble getting out of Chicago and making our connection in NY. We didn't let the late start change the mood though, being excited to have finally made it. First thing we grabbed ...
... near Killarney. It took us most of the day to drive from Dublin to Killarney but we made a very important stop at Blarney. Blarney is home to the Blarney castle which has the famous 'Blarney stone'. The legend states that if you kiss the Blarney Stone you will be rewarded with the 'gift of the gab'. Blarney is defined as talk that aims to charm, pleasantly flatter, or persuade. This was definitely something we thought we would need for our work in order to ever go ...