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... t had one since...since...hmmm, that's bad. I can't actually remember...
We met, and walked, and talked.
We talked about how the childhood that we grew up in, just simply doesn't exist anymore. The childhood where if you eat dirt that is a good thing, where if you were bored you went outside rather than got out your Playstation. The one where if you wanted to see someone you went to see them, or shouted across the park rather than call them. The one ...
... was a German girl who had such a closed-off demeanor that it really shocked me at first. She had a friend with her who didn't stay in the same dorm though. A bit later I sort of met both of them in the common room as they sat down on the sofa opposite of mine. I decided to have a chat with them and tried to 'break the ice' by asking how long they'll be in ireland for (the general 'ice-breaking' question number one as I have discovered. Or the 'where ...
... either in church, asleep or away. And I found myself without a phone standing in front of the pick up spot for my bus ride, reading the sign repeatedly as it said "Closed"Cursing underneath my breath, I started walking around with my bags trying to find some help. I found it. A Russian boy of about 5.M: Ti Ruuski?Boy: DaM: You speak English?B: NoM: Da vay, Ya haa-tchuu 'Bus' *motion of a car steering wheel* [I want bus]B: ...M: Ya hatchuu ...
... around 30 mph. So happy I did this trip. For lunch we visited an Irish pub in doolin which was a cool touch as well. When I returned I got ready really quickly for a pub crawl I figured that this town w all of its nightlife might be cool to do a pub crawl It turned out to be a good time and met some cool people and went to some pretty cool Irish pubs Well unfortunately Galway I had to leave the next day but it was fun and would love to come back ...
... Rangers saying at that exact moment they were not allowing people on the cliffs because of the weather (the wind mainly). Luckily for us by the time we arrived they were again allowing people to walk up the cliffs!
Immediatly after stepping off the bus we were practically blown away! The wind was stronger that I had ever felt, and we literally had to walk pushing our entire body weight into it. I wondered if perhaps I should ...
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