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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 ...
... has 100% viscose scarfs. So, I ended up buying a viscose scarf and the last pashmina scarf.
After returning to Aarons girlfriends place for the second time that day, I made dinner for the family. Sweet potato cottage pie, it was. It went down a treat. However, there was not enough to go around for seconds. After dinner, we played some games and did some more drinking which called for a late night.
That was the end of the fourth day.
... this week. New in Ethnomusicology at UL, my course director Colin Quigley is organizing a lecture series with visiting professors. When I was here two years ago, the professors came, spoke, and left. But now the MA and PhD students meet for discussion concerning the visiting professor's topic. Tim (ethnomusicologists are so cool that professors go by their first names) spoke on his new book about Music Capitalism, how Capitalism in this case, according to Marx, is ...
... yeah - the evil King John from the Robin Hood stories) to protect the strategically positioned city of Limerick from marauders. The new displays are very engaging and interactive using pictures and videos. There are even video "docents", costumed actors portraying important people from the castle's history. You can also go under the castle to see the archaeological explorations going on there. At the time I was the only person down there and it was very creepy, especially after ...
... reason why living in town over summer was great – I could easily meander between exhibits just a nice stroll from my little home. I decided to hit up museums during the day. I went to the Hunt Museum for lunch and a browse through a temporary exhibit of old photos taken in Limerick, the Limerick Gallery of Art, the Frank McCourt Museum, and the Belltable Arts Center. I also strolled alleys, admiring the old mishmash of architecture. Limerick is a lovely town.