2 of my classes were cancelled this week so I only had class for an hour on Tuesday. I never thought I would say this, but I miss having homework. I find myself watching so much Netflix here to try and pass time since I don't have any schoolwork to do. Since I'm not traveling for a couple of weeks, I wanted to spend time exploring Cork more. Clare and I ventured back to the English Market, and I found myself at the gourmet olive stand again. I always just sample the olives and don't buy any because the prices are €15 per kg so I thought that they were really expensive. I finally figured out that a kg is way heavier than a pound and that I could actually get a lot of olives for a really cheap price, so I finally caved and bought some. SO GOOD. We also discovered that meat is way less expensive in the English Market and much better quality than what we are getting at the grocery store. A lot of international students have been raving about O'Conaill's Chocolate Shop, so I decided to check it out for myself. I always pass it on my way into the city center and am surprised that I have never noticed it before. According to all of my friends, the dark espresso hot chocolate is the thing to get and it definitely didn't disappoint. Paradise Crepes is also a very popular cafe among the people in Cork, so I decided to try one of those as well. I ordered the Cork City crepe that had chocolate and homemade caramel and was topped with homemade vanilla ice cream. I didn't think that anything could beat the crepe that I had in Paris, but this one definitely took the cake.