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On Friday afternoon, me and my friends from QU, Abby, Sam, and Jules stood at the bus stop nearby our apartment in Cork City as we waited for a weekend we have all been looking forward to. I brought bagel breakfast melt from the nearby cafe called Bagel Box and I was on my way! It was time to see what Ireland is like outside of the city that we've been living in for the past few weeks. We wanted to see the green rolling hills covered in sheep and cows that you picture when you think ...
Winding down on our time here at Mill Little , we feel we could stay a lot longer. Tomorrow two of the students, two Swiss women, will leave so tonight was the last night with all the group. Every meal has been delicious but tonight the meal was extra special , finished off ...
We started our day with a full Irish Breakfast. I actually liked the black and white pudding a lot (that's a meat and not a dessert). We left Galway early and headed to the Dunguaire Castle and the Cliffs of Moher because the weather was so nice. At the castle it started raining on us but it only lasted for 10 minutes and gave us the most beautiful rainbow (no pot of gold though). The Cliffs ...
... a table cloth and eaten on china plates and cups. Most elegant!
The teens purchased a "beanie" each from Anchoress' market stall stock (she sells knitted and crocheted items, homemade jams, handmade rosaries, her books, and many other items at the market in Bantry on Fridays and Sneem on Tuesdays. All proceeds feed orphan babies and the homeless).
Near Ahakista we visited the memorial to the victims of the 1985 Air India bombing. None ...
... Muckross Lake.
We eventually made it to Torc Falls. He let us out of the carriage for a short hike through a narrow pathway amid conifer, sycamore and spruce trees. The terrain was covered with outcropping of rocks covered with heavy green moss. The overhead trees shadowed the entire path. The falls were dramatic and loud as they cascaded down the mountain side. We returned to the jaunty and completed our tour. We ...