Camillaun Lodge & Angling Centre
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... were we plagued by rain. In Ireland. Crazy.) So, of course we found a pub. At about 2 pm. And had a few pints. And people watched. Oh man, is the people watching good while the Galway Races are going on!!! Good stuff. So, having drawn the line at five pints, we were in need of food again. Found a great fresh made-to-order sandwich place. Delicious. Walked home, and chilled out. Early morning to get to Dublin on Saturday. So, organizing, repacking, relaxing. Lights out ...
... also saw some people playing a sport that was basically water polo in kayaks - it looked very cold but very fun. After wandering around, we arrived back at our hostel to a siren (fire alarm?) malfunction. I decided that a beer would be more fun than listening to it, so I wandered into a pub. I am now watching a group of 5 musicians play traditional music while sitting around a table drinking beer. I love ...
... freezing for a week, you will still get sunburned (Also known as the worst sunburn of my life).
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We stayed at the Kilcullen House and really enjoyed it- Russ and Emer are a lovely couple who go out of their way to take care of you. They are artists themselves, and have three young sons. Just really wonderful people who you will want to hang out with.
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... to hang a man, nor enough soil to bury a man. We will explore it further in the next couple of days as there are prehistoric burial sites that I want to see.
After some small problems finding the right road, we finally made it to Doolin where I had booked a B&B for 3 nights. Boy, did we pick the right B&B in a place where every 2nd house is one. The lady has a ...
... the Giants Causeway so we will drive there. Just 3 more MUST SEE's until we leave on Saturday. love you all and miss you! xox night night! T
Ok, so here in Galway. Just so it meets the meaning to me of being here. My mothers grandmothers father, was born here. Lived here till he was 5 yrs old, when in 1861, his father and mother, Johnston and Mary Magee, 25 and 24 yrs old, took their kids, including my great great ...