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I love free stuff!

Last Friday the Skeff in Galway hosted an afternoon called "A taste of the Skeff" complete with LOADS of free stuff. Naturally I went along accompanied by my wonderful friend Aisling (Spelt Ais NOT Ash) and the ever lovely Siobhan. And boy was there free stuff!
Fancy a look?
Well we started off getting a little breakfast

Which Aisling enjoyed very much!

Then it was cocktail hour!
Do I hear mojito anyone?



with a little hot chocolate (weird but yummy!)
We found other people with other yummy free cocktails

Luckily I got one of those too! Along with a mega lolly!

Then there was cake. So much cake. We ate ourselves sick with cake to tell the truth. But it was totally worth it!



And a lovely lady gave us some demos in homebaking


As if that wasn't enough! They fed us some lunch. It was so yummy we couldn't try the dinner!


But there is always room for some more cake!


We played some Aussie Rules (kind of)


Just to work up our appetite again. 
There was just so much food!

We unwound with some music

And a couple more cocktails


What a super fun Friday!

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  1. Wow, all this for FREE?! Amazing! (and there's always room for more cake!)

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