Talbot Hotel Carlow
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... Was. Incredible. I met a German on my way to the bathroom, while Lynn made friends with a 50-something German woman who invited us over for coffee and tea. When the music ended, Lynn and I had another pint in the bar. We had the best time talking and laughing the night away. Our taxi driver home was sketchy, clueless, and we unfortunately had to call the Greene's at 1:00 for directions...but hey, it was a night for the books. Wednesday, June 11 - This day, I was ill. ...
... in tractor and they do a 2 hours run
over the county of Kildare. I saw the
arrival of tractors and I talked with two farmers that did the run and they
said they do it every year since they were kid, it’s a classic.
Youki, Cay and Mim, members of my host family
lived Monday morning for Japan for three weeks. I’m now alone with Liam and
Robin the other Wwoofer until the end of my internship! I will miss kids ...
... involves Landscape In Design who are interested in creating ...well landscape in design, ha. So we'll be creating a temporary bridge-like structure over marshy ground which has no real plan and is expected to go with the flow. I like this idea, as I'd like to see how an organic shape will form and cover the marsh. The last project and probably the one everyone is most interested in helping with is the Cow Shed. It's run by four guys who have recently graduated ...
... front when the organ player began (and I must say he was pretty talented, I enjoyed listening to him play very much). Not only him, but I would have sworn there was a choir there, the parish sounded incredible during the psalms. It was a nice mass, not much different than our own. They had a woman for a vicar and we shook her hand as we left.
Since we had a few hours to kill, we walked down to the Black Abbey (cool name). "The name Black Abbey is based on the fact that ...
... the nicest taxi driver. He was very inquisitive about us and where we have been and wanted to know where we were visiting. Ginger kindly asked about all the people wearing the black/yellow jerseys walking down the streets. Turns out it was for the Kilkenny team – The Cats (on all the jerseys we saw printed Cill Chainnigh with means "Cell or church of Cainnech/Canice")and is also the administrative centre of County Kilkenny in Ireland) who was in ...