I still have no idea what to pack yet. Well besides a rain coat! That was the only thing so far I have been told to bring. Haha Although I don’t have a rain coat and I don’t want to go out and buy one so I will just bring my umbrella. Besides a little rain won’t make me melt. I keep hearing stories from people who have traveled to Europe before to not bring our appliances. Apparently our blow-dryers and straighteners have a field day with their electrical outlets and blows things up. I was already told I didn’t have to worry about a blow dryer thanks to James’s sister, but not sure about the straightener. Hopefully I can find a cheap on in Ireland because I would feel really horrible if I blew all the fuses in the house because of my straightener.
I ordered my pounds and euros. I get them by the end of this week! I am anxious to get them. I think it will make my trip more real. Yea right! I will be in Ireland and it still wont feel real. I might have to be pinched a few times so I know that it is. Haha I am really looking forward to it and seeing Bomber (a horse) because he is the whole reason I am going there…=P haha totally kidding…kinda. =)
I think the only thing I am not looking forward to is drinking tea and having to go home. I am more of a coffee girl, but since the Irish are big tea drinkers I will most likely be drinking that. I hope Jessie likes tea so I can sneak some to her and make it look like I drank it…ahh shoot my plan is ruined now since its on here! I guess I shall do as the saying “When in Rome….” So my butt will be drinking tea…with milk (yuck!) and have to like it! HOWEVER! A certain someone will be drinking coffee to make up for that in America. =) Sounds perfect!
Tomorrow I will post a lot of the places I would like to see and do as well as the things that are already planned.
Slán go foil (English translation “goodbye for now”) But don’t ask me to pronounce it!