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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Catch Up!

I haven't had the time to update this in a while! Things are still going great here. Ireland is absolutely perfect! Classes have started and the work load will be a lot less than what I'm used to. Most of the classes only have a final exam or essay at the end of the year so as far as homework goes, I don't have any. The Irish (Gaelic) class I'm in is going to be extremely difficult but it's such a pretty language. So far, I can say the basics: hello, goodbye, please, thank you, how are you, I'm fine, and last week we learned how to count to 10! I felt silly in class because I was so proud of myself for being able to count to 10! It's like I was back in preschool. This Irish class will be the hardest one I have while I'm here. I had the choice to take either the 5 or 10 credit course, naturally I signed up for the 10 credits (because I was feeling a bit like an over achiever at the time) but then I realized that the 10 credit course would basically be like learning a full years curriculum in one semester. Other than that course, everything else is going swimmingly.

Socially, it is different here. In the states the designated "party nights" are Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Here, any night goes! So we've been out almost every night of the week! Between bowling, hanging out in other peoples apartments and going out to pubs; I've been able to meet some awesome people! Everyone is so nice and welcoming. I feel right at home. I would say 85% of the people that live in my building are from Ireland so it's a lot of fun getting to know where they are from! A group of about 25 of us went to this pub called Garvey's for the American Football games. GO STEELERS! A few nights later a group of friends, all Irish natives except for Katie and I, went to the Roisin Dubh, an adorable pub that has live music almost every night and comedy shows on the nights it doesn't. We saw a popular Irish comedy group called Dead Cat Bounce (we went to the show where they were recording for their next album. Look up "Dead Cat Bounce at the Roisin Dubh" on YouTube and you'll be able to see the show!). Apparently they are a pretty recognizable comedic band here. When we got into the pub the members of the band walked right past us. Everyone we were with whipped our their cameras and started snapping photos. Katie and I were so confused! It wasn't until they got on stage that we realized why people were freaking out. Typical Americans, we have NO idea about Irish culture yet they know all about ours. The longer I'm here, the more I see Americans as ethnocentric bullies!

Today I am just hanging out. I've been battling a sickness for the past few days so I am taking this weekend to just relax and recuperate. Currently I'm drinking tea, which I am now ADDICTED to, eating a croissant and flipping channels back and forth between "UK's Top 40 Countdown" and BBC. I desperately need to catch up on some laundry, clean the apartment, maybe go grocery shopping if I get a little more motivation in me. Everything has fallen into place nicely here and I am now comfortable walking to the grocery store on my own or into the city for whatever I may need. Galway City is beautiful. My favorite part of walking through the roads of Shop Street, a pedestrian only shopping area, are the street performers! Because the roads are bordered by tall buildings, the sidewalks act as a tunnel for noise. The voices and music from the performers carry all the way down the road!

That's all I have to report for now. More to come soon! Everything is going great and I honestly couldn't be in a happier state of mind. This is the greatest adventure I have ever been on and I'm feeling so self-fulfilled. Thank you to everyone for your continued support! I miss you all and hope everyone is doing well!

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Saturday, January 15th

It's currently 2 in the afternoon here in Galway. I'm sitting in my living room, sipping tea, typing this and gazing out my window at the amount of precipitation falling from the sky. It's extremely overcast today, rainy and ultra windy. I was going to go out with a few friends to be touristy and take pictures of the city but it looks like that will have to wait until tomorrow (fingers crossed tomorrow is nice). Tonight, however, we're all going out for a girls birthday party! I think the plan is to go out for dinner and to a pub, maybe even a club later. I bought a new dress for the occasion, pictures to come shortly. Shopping here is awesome. Who knew that Ireland was so fashion forward?

Galway Girl

Crazy Irishmen keeping me up until almost 6am! After our party, I slept until 2 in the afternoon and woke to a guy I had met the night before ringing our doorbell. He was going to drive to campus for the "club fair" and wanted to see if anyone wanted to drive in with him. I got dressed quickly and tagged along. First car ride of the trip and definitely something to get used to. They both the steering wheel position and the actual roads are opposite of the U.S. Going through those roundabouts was a bit terrifying but we made it safely. We entered the gymnasium and saw tables set up all over the place. I signed up for the soccer club, surfing and the squash team. I'll let you know how squash goes, it could get crazy! We then proceeded to get tea together and he explained the entire game of cricket to me, which is actually fascinating. As we drove back to our complex he asked if I wanted to go to a pub with him that night around 10. Of course I said yes and we left it that way. Like clockwork, he showed up at 10 ready to go. The first pub we went to was called Taffes. Very quaint little pub with framed pictures everywhere, stone walls, stained glass windows and a live band. I ordered a hard cider, chatted a bit and listened to music. When this pub closed we continued on to another pub, whose name escapes me at this time. This pub a little busier, just as beautiful inside and had another band. They played a lot of covers from American bands. The Doors, The Eagles, Aerosmith and then some U2, a few originals and then FINALLY I heard a real live version of Galway Girl! Hello P.S. I Love You! Speaking of that movie, here are some fun facts that ruined it for me! The person I was with said that he disliked the movie because some of it wasn't even filmed in Ireland but Wales instead. Also, the scene where Hilary Swank's character is lost in Wicklow National Park wasn't actually filmed in that park. The pubs that were supposedly in Galway were actually in Galway and apparently Gerard Butler (who is from Scotland) has a horrible Irish accent. Clearly, this film was not made for people from Ireland! All in all, it was a fun night :)

P.S. I saw my first bar fight! Exciting, I know.

Irish Slang

A lot has happened since my last post, I will try to re-cap as best as I can. My roommates and I threw a dinner party in our apartment but it turned into an actual party when 40 other people showed up. We met almost everyone living in our apartment complex! Minor issue, the last person left at 5:30 in the morning but other than that, it was fantastic. I met some really awesome people and got into this very long conversation about dead giveaways that one is American. Here are the basics of what should be said instead:
Sweatshirt/Sweatpants- Hoodie/Fat Boys
Sneakers- Runners/Trainers
Sweater with buttons up the front- Cardigan
Sweater with zipper and no hood- Jumper
Candy- Sweets (This one especially emphasized as a dead giveaway)
"Oh My God"- "Jesus Christ"
Jerk- Wanker
Cookie- Biscuit (it's only considered a cookie if it has chocolate chips)
Boxers- Jock
Gross- Disgusting

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Galway Girl



Well, I took a stroll on the old long walk
Of a day -i-ay-i-ay
I met a little girl and we stopped to talk
Of a fine soft day -i-ay-i-ay
And I ask you, friend, what's a fella to do
'cause her hair was black and her eyes were blue
And I knew right then I'd be takin' a whirl
'round the salthill prom with a galway girl

We were halfway there when the rain came down
Of a day -i-ay-i-ay
And she asked me up to her flat downtown
Of a fine soft day -i-ay-i-ay
And I ask you, friend, what's a fella to do

'cause her hair was black and her eyes were blue
So I took her hand and I gave her a twirl
And I lost my heart to a galway girl

When I woke up I was all alone
With a broken heart and a ticket home
And I ask you now, tell me what would you do
If her hair was black and her eyes were blue
I've traveled around I've been all over this world
Boys I ain't never seen nothin' like a galway girl

[ From: http://www.metrolyrics.com/the-galway-girl-lyrics-steve-earle.html ]

Excursions!

The company I went through provides our group with excursions, paid for completely through the final payment. I had a few ideas in my mind as to what these excursions would be but I just assumed we would only take 2 or 3 tops. Well, good ol' Brian emailed the group today and let us know where we would be headed! So naturally, I'm sharing it with you:
January 27th: Day trip to Cong and Kylemore Abbey
February 19th-20th: Overnight trip to Cork/Limerick/Kilkenny 
March 11th-13th: Trip to Kerry
April 5th: Aran Islands day trip
The final trip date will be decided at a later point based upon exam times and when people in the group depart but we will have a Boat trip on the "Corrib Princess" and farewell dinner

Monday, January 10, 2011

Rain, Rain, Go Away...

Today is rainy and raw! I walked by myself to Dunnes, almost like a Walmart or Target except MUCH classier, to pick up a better rain jacket and some boots that weren't rain boots or Uggs. Because it's always damp I needed something that wasn't cloth or uncomfortable plastic. When walking outside here while it's raining, one would think to bring an umbrella. However, the second you walk outside with an open umbrella you will see why that is a poor decision. Not only does it rain here but it is also windy. An umbrella just becomes a pain in the ass because it's always flipping inside out, I found this out the hard and embarrassing way. Anyway, as I was walking to the store a car came speeding by, hit a puddle and literally soaked the whole left side of my body! FANTASTIC. I proceeded to the store, found some things I liked and made my purchase. At this point, I had started to dry out and just wanted to get home as fast as possible. My walk back, or more like my jog back, turned just as wet when yet another car hit a puddle. Except this time it wasn't just a little puddle. It was like a mini-lake. I got completely drenched. Funny joke, crazy Irishmen. Thank you for completely soaking me TWICE. That's all I have to say really, my rant is now over. On a positive note, I met a very friendly maintenance guy who offered to come fix our TV!
P.S.- He is devastatingly gorgeous.
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