The Paddywagon Tour begins
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I woke early the next morning to shower and breakfast and try shake the hangover. It was an 8am assembly and I felt terrible. I don’t normally get hangovers but the combination of cheap wine and Guinness didn’t do me any good. We all assembled in the foyer as our names were read out for our respective tours and we boarded our bus. I was sat next to an Austrian girl who spoke in fairly fluent English and laughed at me when I tried to pronounce Sacher Torte. Haha.
Our first stop on our way to our overnight stay in Derry (Londonderry) was Drogheda. There we visited the Shrunken Head of Sir Oliver Plunkett, some religious nutter.
After the tour we went to our hostel, another Paddy’s Palace that was an absolute dump, and wandered down to Tescos. We bought some microwave meals and sat in the hostel kitchen chilling out chatting. Neither of us felt like hitting the pub. I was still hungover and Alyce was just tired! So we crashed out early and enjoyed a deep sleep!