Byrnes Mal Dua House & Restaurant
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Driving to Clifden from Cong.
Connemara national forest
Connemara ponies are famous for white
Some jokes from our tour guide:
(maybe just the punchlines!)
How would you like to be buried with my family?
(this is how a shy man of few words might propose marriage)
You can't drink and drive in Ireland - ya spill it!
Rather go ...
... postcards and when I inspected them a little more closely she said “I took these photographs, they’re not real postcards, y’know? I’m no photographer..”. And gosh… that melted my heart right away! Jesus Christ. To be fair, one or two of the photos were not so good and they weren’t printed on carton but rather on thick paper. But the fact that she took them herself and then so modestly ‘apologized’ for the lack of quality to me ...
... the sea that is why I think it is called like that. It is making a loop of 16 km which starts at Clifden and go along the sea and come back by the land to Clifden. We decided with Guillaume to do this loop by walking. Anyway, there was not any other way to visit this road for us (there wasn’t any bike rental at this season). So we walked a lot and it was hard, but the road and the sight on the sea and on the Connemara mountains was ...
... a while with the damn key) run up the stairs to room 11 (all the rooms here are ensuite but daves room doesn’t have a bathroom so i use room 11 and keep it un locked) well I go upstairs and the door is closed! so back own the stairs grab the key and when i open the door I find this man I had checked in the other day sleeping in the room! I was so freaked out! I was half asleep half drunk and I am such a scardy cat at night I ...
... the accordion, flute, and fiddle. When we came in they were accompanied by a banjo. In the course of the evening they were joined by a Bohdrahn player, a guitarist from Scotland who could really sing, a woman who sang ballads without accompaniment, and her daughter who did Irish Dancing, as did two of the three young men. They were so high energy that we didn’t want to leave to see who else was playing tonight. We got back here about ...