South Court Hotel
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... back in time. Bunratty Castle is set up like a village from the 1400s. Aside from the castle to visit, which is furnished for the period, and hosts parties today, there are 22 buildings to view. All are dressed for the era, have real wooden fires burning in them, and some have displays of activities that would've taken place at the time. For example the kitchen building has cooking classes on at certain times, cooking whatever would've been ...
... 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.
... farm. He's hoping to entice some of the Ring of Kerry tour buses to stop there. We then drove into Killarney and located our hotel for next week, and lastly we made the drive toward Kenmare, through the Black Valley, and over the Gap of Dunloe...breathtaking. We actually had a few moments of sunshine during the drive but by the time we got to the gap all was gloomy and drizzly again. Our last stop was at Kate Kearney's cottage for dinner. I had vegetable soup and smoked salmon - soooo ...
... musicians handing out goblets of mead, a fermented honey wine which was delicious but didn't help us in our efforts to descend the spiral stairs we had just climbed. After arrival in the banquet room which was probably built to accommodate 100 guests but was now filled with around 200 fellow coach travellers we were treated to a 4 course meal with no cutlery other than a knife, (messy but authentic). A very full day indeed and a comfy bed was ...
... me adieu, a meteor burst through the sky, exploded in a few pieces, and came crashing down somewhere in the Irish countryside. The pieces looked like flying balls of fire, illuminating the castle. One of the most fascinating things I’ve ever seen.
I fell asleep at 7:15 and woke up at 9, so I took myself to the Milk Market one last time and bought a mega giant breakfast sandwich filled with sausages and puddings and a friend egg. Breakfast of champions. And ...