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9 things we now know about Kim and Kanye's Irish honeymoon

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May 29th 2014, 9:29 AM 15,013 3

1. They landed in Cork Airport

Sure didn’t our secret spy at the airport tell us himself?

2. They stayed at Castle Oliver in Limerick

It’s been confirmed by the Limerick Leader that Kim and Kanye spent two nights at Castle Oliver near the village of Ardpatrick.

Castle Oliver Source: Ballyhoura

3. They went on a cycling tour

The pair took a bike tour around the Ballyhoura Way and Blackrock Loop and ate a picnic prepared by The Old Bakehouse in Bruff.

Ballyhoura Mountain Biking, Co.Limerick, Ireland. 19 Source: Ballyhoura

4. They had a feed of pints

Well, they had a pint in a local pub while on their bike trip, and according to their tour guide Fergal Somers they left a four figure tip.

Guinness Source: SomeRandomNerd

5. They went to the cinema in Portlaoise

The Odeon to see Maleficent, to be precise.

aisling Source: Aisling Dunne

6. They went to the cinema in Tullamore

In an unprecedented move the pair took in a second midlands cinema trip yesterday as they headed to the IMC in Tullamore to see The Other Woman. Apparently you can get a bargain €6 ticket on a Wednesday. Midweek madness!

Not everyone can comprehend what they’re at:

7. They didn’t go to Supermacs, the dopes

Who goes to Tullamore and doesn’t take advantage of a cheeky snackbox?

snack Source:

8. Everyone’s getting in on the Photoshop

Look! Kim and Kanye are in Donegal on the Arranmore Ferry now!

Arranmore Ferry - Photos from Arranmore Ferry's post | Facebook Source: Facebook

And look, there they are at Craggy Island parochial house!

9. They’ve had WiFi

The pair have been posting pictures on Instagram and Twitter, not of their trip but of their wedding in Florence last weekend.

To be honest, if they don’t go to Mullingar and take a selfie with the Joe Dolan statue this whole trip will have been for nothing.

Source: kimkardashian

Where to next? It’s anyone’s guess.

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