Arch House B&B
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10.10 dept. 13.5* overcast, pleasant. trees on the turn. Out past Galway airport to Athenry. Totally different from yesterday, trees, green grasses, nice houses, wealthy area. Still stone walls but large areas which have been cleared of them and fenced. Followed a farmer for about 15kms to Athenry (Athen-rye) market, (sale yards, auction to us) farmers here don't have trucks or transport firms like us, they have their own trailers, ...
... ease in understanding what you would hear (yeah, like I'm sure you'll go around trying to repeat it :).
Anyway, Michael was a delightful old gentleman, and I got myself interviewing him on film. I know it's poppycock, but I didn't think to get a photo with him in it. He was going back to Cork the next morning (yesterday), and I was planning on trying to meet him. Unfortunately, Cork is much further than I thought it would be, and I probably wouldn't have been able to ...
1- Morning work
From the first day, I discovered two amazing things ; how I'm not in shape and how horses can poop! Seriously, the first few days were really tough. My back was painful and my stomach was shaking with the simple act of buttering my toast. Indeed, every morning from 9 to ...
... me a thumbs down!
John had sat with an Irish guy on the flight to Dublin. He had already had about a dozen pints before the flight and was drinking during the flight. John said he told lots of jokes and stories. He lived in Trim and wanted us to stop in his pub when we visited the castle. John was unsure if he owned or just drank in the pub. Brian gave us some time to visit McCormacks Pub. As soon as we got in, ...
... it's journey) also participated in the festival. Next year I'd love to check out the Roscommon Lamb Festival leading up to Easter!
For me, May is the start of festival season in Ireland! This year I attended two of my favourite festivals, the Smithwick's Kilkenny Rhythm and Roots Festival and the Cathdral Quarter Arts Festival in Belfast. Both were phenominal outpourings of the talent of the island and there was even a bit of overlap in ...