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... goes by very fast!
For people I've never met before, and Dave literally asked as he came into the living room, 'Now where is this Australian cousin I've never met before', they were so warm and welcoming. Ash gave me the biggest hug before I had entered the house, and Dave likewise when I met him later.
Easter Sunday was around the corner before we knew it, and Ash cooked us up a big breakfast before we headed back to Cat's ...
... fellow Ethnomusicologists! And here is a little confidence booster – remember last year when I felt overwhelmed by all this critical thinking mumbo jumbo? Of course you don’t, but you know now. Well, I’ve seen just how far I’ve grown when I can actively join in with discussion, while I watched the new MA students (I was one of them, one time!) sheepishly sink down into their chairs and watch the scene unfold from the sidelines.
... our college friends are in that area with us next week. First off, however, we stopped in at Hazel Fort farm near Killorglin, which is where we haven often stayed on past trips to Ireland, to say hi to the owner George and take him to lunch at the Killorglin Country Club. George caught us up on the all the Kerry news and then he gave us a tour of the farm and showed us all the projects he is working on including having a glass artisan working in the thatched roofed cottage he has ...
... trip back to Limerick with 30 minutes to prepare for our traditional Irish evening of singing, eating and display of Irish dancing out at Bunratty folk park in the cornbarn. The dancers were amazing, as were the singers and musicians who encouraged audience participation. A good time was had by all and once again the comfy bed awaited our return at about 10.30pm.
... is green. The trees, the grass, everything is a lush green, and it's beautiful.
One of the biggest differences and advantages I hold as an exchange student is that I get to live with people from all over the world.
I have two roommates from America, one from Austria, one from Korea, one from Ireland, and two from France - and that's just in one house. My whole village is a cluster of many different cultures and people. It's amazing.