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... you would see some of the local lingo slipping in. I have never used the word grand to describe anything in my life. Lol
Anyway back to Athlone is set on a massive, enormous inland lake,naturally, with it's own castle, fresh water from the national (bog) parks surrounding this area. If the 'bog' wasn't enough of a hint, we are in the Whiskey Distillery area, unbeknown to us when we arrived, there is water and peat aplenty which makes ...
... There was a little more noise between songs, though the time between songs was short as the purpose was to go from person to person and let everyone who wants to sing, sing. I wanted to be there the entire night so I could talk to others without disrupting the session, learning what I could about the singers and possibly finding a lucky few for interviews. I thought that because most were elderly, the session would end at about midnight. I was wrong. It ended at ...
... have no idea when that might be, so I sit forward in my seat, looking intently out the window and reading as many street signs as I possibly can to get my bearings. Except for the big cities, all the cities in Ireland are small (wait - that sentence makes it sound more obvious than it really is). So when I got to my town, I got off the bus at the stop, what I thought was the only stop (Limerick has just one stop!). While there was a Bus Eireann sign, I could find ...
I met with my new friend afterwards and we chatted for two hours about Sean-nos (stick a few accents in there) singing. I learned a great deal about it - the most interesting tidbit was that no two people sing Sean-nos the same. The main melody remains, but the singers add their own ornaments and emotions depending on their mood. He said that Sean-nos should be constantly changing as time progresses. When his friend sang ...
Adare, County Limerick, Republic of Ireland
On the way to Adare, Dylan started to talk about the lunch break we would be having in Adare. However, at times he is hard to understand due to his Welsh accent, and this was one of them. He mentioned something about Champaign something about a park and picnic and something about grabbing a sandwich. The bus pulled into a Tesco (like Costco) parking lot ...
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