Last night, I laid in bed for an hour before finally falling asleep. This morning, we had to be downstairs for breakfast by 6. Naturally, I was destined to wake up at 6:05 and pulled the get-ready-for-the-entire-day-in-just-five-minutes routine. Nevertheless, I was late and got yelled at.
We headed out for the ferry to bring us to Wales. Goodbye Ireland. On the ferry, a few adults and I ranted about the Derby Public school system for most of the ride, and towards the end of the trip, I went through my receipts and estimated how much money is still in my checking account.
Once the ferry arrived in Wales, we drove to our hotel in Cardiff, got dressed up for our dinner later in the night, and headed out to Cardiff Castle. The castle is this huge piece of land surrounded by big walls. Inside in the middle of the property is a keep that was built in later years. The inside of one of the towers is very lavish. This rich guy designed the inside and it is just amazing how much money one would need to afford to decorate the place. After we toured the tower, we went downstairs to this great hall with other groups of people, to have dinner.
The great hall was made of stone without much decorations. It was very medieval. We had a great show and some good food. The first thing that they serves us was seaweed wrapped in ham. Everyone was gorssed out by it, but some of us tried it, and some of us thought it was pretty decent. The show consisted of songs and acts, both in which the audience was very involved. We were all pretty rowdy and overall, everyone ended up getting worked up by the show. It was even better than the Scottish show.
After the show, everyone was extremely loud and talkative. The bus ride was very fun because everyone was so worked up. Then we all went to sleep. Excellent. For some reason, my phone hasn’t had service since Limerick. I have signal but no service. Oh well. It’s probably better that way because I can’t make any more expensive calls, of which I have made too many.