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... morning without meeting anyone coming down the road. After getting a few supplies at Cahersiveen we went out to the end of the peninsula and crossed the bridge to Valentia Isoand where we had a great view back over Bray Head and the colourful shops and houses in Portmagee. Then over a steep narrow and winding pass to St Finnans Bay where we stopped for a while. Stopped for several hours at Ballinskelligs which had a nice sheltered beach and an little caste to climb up on. We ...
We arrive into Limerick late Friday night and I spend the Easter weekend with my Irish family. As the weekend progresses I realise they are exactly like my family at home. They are kind, very welcoming, very hospitable, generous on many levels, and love a drink. It's wonderful.
A quick family history:
My grandad Mullins and Mick Wallace are first cousins
My mum and Mick's kids Cat, Bridget, Dave, and Mick (there is also ...
... 12846292038483 times better than any milk I get at home, and is kinder to my waist. And makes a pretty tasty latte, I must admit.) I poured my latte into a take-away mug, wandered to a lookout point over the river and facing the castle, and parked for two hours, sharing a bench with a Polish man (Me: “Where are you from?” Him: “I am from Polish”), book in hand, pure joy. Sadly, as the sun set, so did the warmth, and I too soon had to scurry on ...
... do students actually identify with it as Charity Week. Anyway, they manage to raise a large amount of money and the totals are still being added up. For everyone who isn't from Ireland and have to idea what the basis of rag week is, here you go: start drinking in the morning, either don't go to classes or go drunk, party into the next day and don't stop for air.
So I did how the Irish did.
So... what are my thoughts? Erin, Jess' friend from ...
... the evening was to meet at a reputable pub in downtown Limerick called Dolan's, which is known as a walk-in haven for local musicians. The Dean from Kansas Law and Professor Mike Davis had dropped in for the day, and they wished to treat the group to some adult beverages. They were both very nice; Mike Davis is a particularly fun-loving guy. He is obviously very intelligent, but someone who seems like a ...