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7 things Kim and Kanye absolutely have to do in Cork

Dowtcha bai.

SO KIM AND Kanye have reportedly chosen Cork as their honeymoon destination.

The Irish Independent has revealed that the pair flew from Florence to Cork Airport this afternoon after their Italian wedding at the weekend.

It’s thought that they’ll spend several days somewhere swanky (possibly Castlemartyr) in Cork before heading to Dublin for at least one day.

We’ve kindly put together this list of alternative Cork musts for them:

1. Have a breast in a bun in Hillbilly’s

It’s just by the fountain on Grand Parade. You can’t miss it.

Hillbilly's Fried Chicken's Photos - Hillbilly's Fried Chicken | Facebook Source: Facebook

2. Eat Clonakilty black pudding… in Clonakilty

They can have  a dance in Clonakilty’s nightclub The Venue while they’re there.

clon Source: ClonakiltyBlackPudding.ie

3. Learn the slang

We’ve got some examples here.

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4. Get some chips in KC’s

Arguably the best chips in the county.

KC's c1995 Source: Facebook

5. Visit Mitchelstown Caves

Mitchelstown Caves, on the border of Cork and Tipperary are a must-see. They’re like the Ailwee Caves, but with fewer notions.

They’re also the cause of a near-civil war between Cork and Tipp over who owns them. Maybe Kimye can finally bring peace to the region.

Mitchelstown Caves. Source: mitchelstowncave

6. Have a can of Tanora

Nectar of the Gods.

tanora Source: LoveHateCork

7. Visit the butter museum

Cork has a museum. For butter. What more could you want?

 

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Emer McLysaght

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