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... were dropped off near O'Connell street, and since I have started to orient myself I knew how to get home. I stopped by a few shops along the way. I found the Irish version of Primark called Penny's. I went in to replace my sunglasses that I broke and walked out with nothing since I forgot what I went in for and only just now remembered why I went in. I also went into Carroll's the big Irish retailer and bought myself a knitted wool scarf. My one souvenir of this ...
Agh, I don't know what they are called....but! They are the football shaped things with a tale that were around at school when I was young. They make a whistle sound when you throw them!
Anyway! I talked to him about travel and my blog. He didn't have paper on him, so I just told him the name of my blog.
When he had to go, he legit said 'bye lisaajane'
Twas the ...
... boarding area as those unfortunate 123 odd final passengers used.
Next stop Kilkenny for our final night in Ireland. Thankfully our accommodation was in the middle of town so we were able to see (within walking distance) Kilkenny Castle, have drinks and dinner at an authentic Irish pub, and have further drinks at a very unique ex-bank pub not far from our B&B.
It is also Lee's birthday today! Actually it isn't yet...but it is ...
... at La****ns Bar. One of my friends ordered a Shepherd's Pie, and I very quickly regretted not having ordered one because it looked delicious. After lunch we went to Kilkenny Castle and took some pictures in the garden and front lawn. We also went inside the castle for a tour, but most of the stuff was restored and so it took a lot out of the fun of being in a castle from the 13th century. We then walked around the town and went to St. Canice's Cathedral. ...
... up. Haha. They accepted that excuse! Stopped around seven tonight as rain was on and off, and the new roof they have installed works perfectly, so much so, that it actually pours water onto the wall we were meant to be building up as there isn't a gutter yet, so covered it up and called it a day. Tonight's talk was on self build. An Northern Irish architect called Colin Bell talked about the Walter Segal method, and ...