The Roundabout Inn
Travel Blogs from Mallow
... it was time to leave. Sorry for the play on words, but I hate this song almost as much as I hate the film it comes from.
We went into the Marquee Bar out of the way, and it was obvious that the other people present had the same opinion of the singer that I did, as we could still hear her wailing and ululating her way through her repertoire every time the door opened. There was a brief respite as she took her break for half an hour or so, before starting ...
Monday: ok, so now I think it's a good time to actually start going to classes. Today I had my intro to traditional music class. I love this class because I’m actually taking interesting classes for once and I get so see a side of Irish culture that I normally would have no idea about. Later tonight we went to listen to some music in a pub and hang out. People here are so friendly it was nice to talk to so many interesting characters and listen to ...
the new 3 way fridge
well as a fire extinguisher and blanket
... able to find an internet point somewhere in the terminal and retrieve my flight details to prove to Paddy that I'm not here to suck the already dry economy even dryer.
So, let into the country I spent the next day drinking tea, chatting, drinking tea, eating bacon and cabbage and drinking tea. Welcome to Ireland.
Yesterday we spent some time in Cork City wandering, shopping and eating. In our travels we came ...
... blouse.. I love vintage) And it was all a bunch of people on expensive bikes to support a cleaner environment. They had free food too, complete with warm wine, which tasted like cider, but better. They also had these Bolognese rice balls, which I wish I got the recipe for, because they were amazing. I really loved the fashion show, it was so up my alley. On Sunday it was time for a noodle appointment. We had scoped out this ramen ...