Since we arrived in Limerick, Dillon and I were told the milk market was a go to on the weekends so we decided to wake up early and take a bus into the city. I was greeted by an adorable golden retriever and a man playing some traditional Irish music. Once we got inside, we walked around in hopes of finding some food to eat for breakfast. My first stop was to a booth where crepes were being made. I had to make the tough decision to go with the crepe filled with eggs and ham or Nutella and strawberries. Clearly I went with the Nutella one to fill my never ending sweet tooth craving and it definitely did not let me down. After we walked around sampling all the unbelievable homemade food and sweets, I decided it was time for my second breakfast of the day. I chose a breakfast sandwich with bacon, sausages and an egg which also didn’t let me down one bit. So far I was in heaven with all of the chocolate, fresh fruit, homemade food, and bread…..LOTS of bread. I walked around outside and found a table set up with hundreds and hundreds of books. Since I couldn’t fit many books in my suitcase to Ireland, I bought four books coming out to a total of €8. Let’s just say I’ll be back to the milk market a few times (or every weekend) before I leave in the spring.