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... which is of course somewhat waterproof but only in reasonable amounts of rain. On a pouring day like today it was impossible to stay dry. I was grateful for my shoes, though. They kept my feet warm and dry until the very end – so kudos to Jack Wolfskin!
Back in the village there are lots of little shops for tourists. The Aran Islands are famous for their Sweaters (‘Wollpullover’ as we’d say in german). They produce the wool themselves and knit ...
... s sun).
3 outputs from this day:
-I was really tired and I had no difficulties to sleep the night after.
-Connemara is gorgeous but I wouldn’t like to live here as it is a wild area, there is not a lot of life and it is far away from Galway (and the road between Galway and Clifden is not good).
-The Sky Road is definitely a spot to visit in Ireland and I advise any travelers going to Ireland to visit ...
... boil it then put pepper in it and shoot it down. Problem was I left it in the microwave for too long so I added more vodka to even it out and thought well the more pepper the better! NO! Do not ever add more pepper to warm vodka! My mouth was on FIRE!!! And it just gave me crazy dreams didn’t do anything for me! Im still sick!
Well 4 am comes and I have to use the bathroom so I unlock myself out of daves room ...
... with people waiting to get on buses for the race today. There were women all dressed up with all kinds of hats, a tradition at races in Great Britain and Ireland. We also stopped to look at St. Nicholas Church.
We did a little shopping but I didn’t buy anything. Erin got a one cup tea pot that sits on a cup and saucer that is decorated with sheep. We had one like that at Pax House and she liked it. After ...
... experience---the pictures will have to be enough to set the scene….it wont but it’s the best I can do.
By the way, bikes were a piece of ***** (the irish have a heavy emphasis on the "I" when they say ****). There were a number of occasions where our chains fell off while we were switching gears. Nevertheless, they got us where we needed to go and I wouldn’t have had it any other way (biking was the way ...