Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Collect €200
We were enjoying our time in Ireland a lot.
We took a coach bus from Dublin to Cork. We honestly didn't know much about Cork other than it being the second biggest city in the Republic of Ireland. The coach was so much cheaper than the train. Flights to cork were cheaper than the train as well but then you have to pay for transport to the airport. We decided that taking the coach was the best way to go. The bus ride was 3 hours long and was only 11 euros each.
|Best sandwich I've ever had.|
There was a Christmas fair so we went across the bridge to explore.
We continued walking...
We decided to go back to Quay Co-op. We went to the café and they didn't have much choices in their display case so we asked if they made sandwiches to order. The server said casually no they don't but they have more choices in the restaurant upstairs. Turns out that we missed out on going to the actual Quay Co-op restaurant on our previous visit. We were glad we came back to Quay Co-op as this time we got to try out the actual restaurant. The restaurant had some incredible food.
|Tofu Thai curry with chips and veggies.|
|Tempeh curry with chips and veggies.|
We walked through the Christmas fair again and headed back to the guest house.
The next morning we enjoyed our free breakfast, then made our way to the coach stop. We were hoping to get on a coach that was an hour earlier than the one we had already booked. They let us on and we made our way back to Dublin an hour earlier than planned.
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