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... direction. Quite delightful, going back to the stockyards we saw a large shopping complex, the wives were dropping the men off at the yards. Smelt just like home!!! We stayed for an hour and half, nostalgia plus, just like Opunake sale yards! Hey David C, Kevin thought there were a lot of Ned Mahony look a likes. Approaching a Kilconnell our attention was drawn to a flock of crows circling the tower of this huge derelict Abbey, ...
... God, rest in peace.
So Athlone was amazing, and I was stoked I was to be going back that evening. In the meantime, I wanted to continue journeying on to Galway, where I had intended on seeing the Cliffs of Moher, along with other charming sites recommended to me by Brian and Kaitlyn, among others. But as I said before, part of traveling means changing plans. I had noticed on a map that the village of Cong was not too far north from Galway, and looking at said map, ...
... sources to decide which clothes I had to bring with me in my backpack.The average temperature in March : 12 °. Really? Not. So, I have almost only tee-shirts, that I've not worn yet! Moreover, in Ireland, electricity is really expensive and people try to save money by reducing their home heating. (It can cost up to $ 300 ...
... recognized John and we started talking. Of course, we needed a pint of Guinness! The guy must have drank too much before the flight, because he could not remember where he met John. He did remember meeting him, but not sitting with him on the flight!!!!
We got into Athlone and to our hotel. Since there were no hostels, Gary had booked us into a hotel. It was nice to have a comfy bed! Several of us went into ...
... but he's also a storyteller and writer too) opened the concert with 'Let the Circle Be Wide' - a song with a child like simplicity and a powerful message. From beginning to end I was moved! A brilliant festival and and cool atmosphere. On our last day in Dublin we ran into the Riptide Movement busking on Grafton Street. Check out 'Keep Keeping On' for a good example of their stuff, it was great and really contributed to the overall atmosphere!