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Dublin Continuation

IRELAND | Thursday, 13 September 2007 | Views [441] | Comments [1]

We moved into the city center, into our second hostel on the 9th and ahh...step up from the last.

St. Patrick´s and Christ Church. Guiness Brewery. Natalie finishing this Asian´s beers, setting a major record. Hey, I´ve set my own! Wicklow tour...the garden of Ireland. Old ruins. Old burial sites. Hidden rivers. They love their grass, but ironically Ireland´s trees are 9% of its country, below the 24% of European countries. Tens of thousands of farmers are working to change that. My favorite...green countryside dotted with cute white sheep! When you look closer, they are spray painted bright blue with their farmer´s initials. Hikes. Cod and chips. Chicken Pot Pie. Malahide Castle. Loved it, but could not take pics there. Random bull. Girl talk. Nat´s book- He´s Just Not Into You! Anna´s book- The Kite Runner. Thanks, Esta Fiesta. Trinity College and the Book of Kells...was like time travel.  Incl. the best library I have ever been in...ever.  Can Beer from the store=it´s stronger. Hollaaa! (Natalie´s quotes would take up another website) Meeting Natalie´s future husband? From Brazil?...Stampede of backpackers at 1am. Wake up at 3am. 6am flight. Bye, Natalieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. I already miss youuuuuuuu.

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Don't forget the raging bull! By the way, Jesus and Matthew were friends, they met on a Contiki tour and it smells like ass in here! You don't have to tell a french guy twice before he hops into bed with you.

  Natalie Sep 19, 2007 5:54 AM

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