Thursday, June 23, 2011

Dublin, and New York!

Well the day has finally arrived. Today is our very last day in Ireland. I can't really organize my feelings about the trip, even though I've spent countless journal entries trying to do just that. Maybe in a week or two I will have some perspective and be able to talk about it, but right now I'm just going to focus on one thing: Where's Waldo.



When we first got to Dublin we found an ad for a giant meeting of people dressed as Waldo, or Wally as he's known over here. Obviously we had to participate, so on Sunday afternoon we ran straight to Merrion Square and bought our red and white striped shirts, hat and glasses. We then took part in the biggest group of Wallys ever assembled - we got into the Guiness Book of World Records! 3,657 people showed up dressed as Waldo, including 9 of us from Stony Brook.






My time in Ireland is almost up, but I will always remember it... especially my day as Waldo :)

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