Night 2,3 and 4 in Dublin
Trip Start Sep 05, 2006
29Trip End Jan 2007
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Day 2, we were both pretty bung slung from the night before, so we took it pretty easy during the day and checked out a street fest... not much going on there. Then we had another few Guinness in the afternoon. We hit the internet cafe and picked up some tix to The Black Keys for the next day. Pam and I decided to cook some dinner back at the hostel, chicken n pasta salad. Watched a movie and went to bed.
Day 3, We woke up and decided that we were going to cruise around Dublin. Around 3 or four hours of walking we hit the street where a couple of bums came up to us and asked us where we were from. Then he asked us our names and serenade Pam with a song, two piece, guitar and harmonica. After that we started getting hungry so we went out to grab some grub before the show. The show was good and the venue was small they only played for like and hour and 15 minutes, short but good
Day 4, We got up, went to the Archaeology and History Museam, during the exhibit of the bog people ( This is an exhibit of preserved humans from the 17th century that fell into peat bogs and had everything from organs to skin hair and muscle preserved... a little eerie but I thought it was so cool... yes I am morbid... sorry Colin, back to you ) well I started getting a little queezy so I left. I say it was because of the drinks I had the night before, but Pam said it was because of the bog bodies. We then went to the hostel for a little nap. Woke up and headed to the internet cafe for a few hours. After that I wanted a few Guiness ( He told me it was just going to be our "last Guinness"...) but it turned into like five. We played Fooseball and Pam was getting a little upset because I beat her every game. (little miss competitive) Hey, I was getting better near the end of it!! When we got back to the hostel (we were in a room with 8 other people) some dude was snoring his face off. I couldn't sleep but Pam passed out right away. We flew to Scotland the next day.