Day 5 â€“ Beautiful Girls
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Today was a traveling day. One of those days where you either reflect, read, sleep, write, or a combination of those things.
After saying goodbye to Yogi and Stefan, Justin and I caught our bus to
Life is too short to not live it.
Get up, get out and get with it.
Don't work your life away
thinking you'll live someday.
Live life now and don't ever quit.
I have to give credit to my good friend Danielle whoâ€™s idea it was to do this.
When we finally got to
Since we couldnâ€™t find any Couchsurfers for that night, we booked some bunks at Sheilaâ€™s Hostel (14 Euros). Itâ€™s up the hill a little north of the bus station. Our room had no windows, and smelled of body odor, but it was cheap and had lockers underneath the bunks. So we were able to relieve our shoulders of the pain of our backpacks as we toured the town.
At first our impressions of
As we walked around town we would torture each other by occasionally either humming or singing the first few words of â€śBeautiful Girlsâ€ť so as to get it stuck in the others head.
After eating another spaghetti dinner we broke out our laptops and did our thing. An Irish guy came and sat down near us and started talking to Justin about movies. At first I thought nothing of him, but my opinion soon changed as he started bragging about how much he could drink and smoke. I could tell Justin was getting bored listening to him and felt lucky the guy hadnâ€™t started talking to me instead.
Later on Justin had bought some beers at Dunneâ€™s (grocery store), and we split them as we walked around the block. We saw lots of others drinking outside, but heard later itâ€™s not legal from someone. We still havenâ€™t confirmed if itâ€™s legal or not, but no one seems to care. In