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Today is such a bitter sweet day :( it's our last full day in Dublin before we leave next morning for London. We spent the morning hearing a very interesting lecture on Dry needling, which is similar to acupuncture. This technique is used to relax sore muscles through the use of hypodermic needles. The lecturer demonstrated this technique on two ...
... they had Manhattans on the drink menu so that was good. :-)
We didn't get back to Dublin until the very end of our trip, so we saw the best of the Irish west coast then came back to the raw, insane party atmosphere of Temple Bar. There was commotion outside our hostel when we checked back in...turns out there was an Irish boy band being ushered out of a nearby hotel, and teen girls were screeching and taking pictures...silly. My friend ...
... 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 ...
... morning and talked about my few German words, where they were from, how long they were...yknow. typical traveller questions.
They were going to a church today where there was a mummified cat and mouse. We walked past it on my walking tour of Dublin but we never had the chance to go inside.
It was cool to see ...
... but one fishmonger from Dublin was to make the name known throughout the world because of her sad fate.
If Molly Malone truly existed as an historical person, is still being disputed by experts. She supposedly lived in 17th century Dublin and is said to have been a real beauty. However, to her contemporaries she was not only known for being a belle trading fish in Grafton Street. Because of the immense poverty of those days ...