Red Cow Moran's Hotel
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... we went upstairs to the common room with couches to finally get some kind of sleep. All 4 of us were spread out over the only 4 couches, Jayde woke up at one point and noticed the room was full of people sitting on the floor. She quickly pretended she was still asleep. We checked into our room at 2:30pm, freshened up, got changed and sorted our own walking tour. First stop - Guinness factory, Chloe still hates beer, maybe even ...
... had I not been told there with evidence, I would have written off as stories.
Because I am saving money I walked all the way there (1.5 hours) and all the way back.
It was a nice walk along the river though, but kind of Bizarre. I used to walk near River Liffey (or as I keep saying Liver Riffey) at home, and half way around the world and I still am!
On the ...
... But proving I came into IRE on the 23rd of June without a ticket is a lot harder than I thought. Thankfully for me, the guy was kind and took my word for it.
I wasn't even trying to be a 'good traveller' I JUST WANTED THE STAMP!
But luckily I got all that sorted, and then spent my evening doing what I do best. Tracking down Colm Keegan...I need to stop before I get a restraining order hahaha.
... assuming that you are as horny and desperate and excited to meet other shallow people (even if they have dreads) as they are. I narrowly avoided a parade of kids leaving the kitchen who were proudly asking everyone they passed to join their mob and get high on the roof with them. At least we had wifi (at least in the kitchen), at least we had a private room and bathroom, at least we had each other to laugh with about how chaotic our night had been ...
... 7.15 departure. Seven and a half more hours in the sky, 2 more meals and numerous drinks. Feel like we have't stopped eating since we left home. Overall it has been pretty smooth. We will be arriving in Dublin in just over an hour, 23 hours after leaving Melbourne. It's now 6pm here in Dublin and we are going to bed soon. There was no fuss going thru immigration and there were no bag checks at all. Our driver was waiting for us at the ...