Category Archives: Katrina Eller ’14, Ireland and Italy

Read posts by Katrina Eller ’14 from Ireland (Fall 2012) and Italy (Spring 2013)

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Breathe (4 AM)

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Home and Away: A Carnevale Tale

   

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Umbrian Undertakings

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Roma Bound

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It’s Christmas in Killarney…

…with [none] of the folks from home. So, lads and lassies, it is my final post for 2012! I had intended to write up two more after this, one featuring Corkian Christmas festivities and one featuring a now-unspecified adventure that … Continue reading

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Watery Waterford

It was raining in Waterford. Ha. Ha. Ha. Unfortunately, I can’t blame the name for calling down the rain since it is an Anglicization of the Norse vedrafjordr, or “ram’s fjord.” I also can’t blame the Irish name, Port Láirge, which officially … Continue reading

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Belfast Bound

Mid-November brought with it our second and last IFSA-Butler sponsored trip, and it was one we’d all been waiting for since we arrived in Ireland. Not only is Belfast one of the top ten cities in Europe to visit (or … Continue reading

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The Rain and the Rocks and the Sea (and Some Jazz)

The last weekend in October brought to Cork a fun musical event: the Jazz Festival. Normally, jazz isn’t my cup of tea, but my friend Beril, a fellow IFSA-Butler student, came down from Galway for the festival. Since I didn’t … Continue reading

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A Walk About Campus

I think I promised some of the wonderful family members who actually read this blog a tidbit about University College Cork and its hometown. So, here it is. And I solemnly swear that I will neither bore you with class … Continue reading

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