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En réalité je voulais aller dormir sur une des îles d'Aran: sur la plus grande des trois (Inishmore) il y a une auberge, mais elle était déjà pleine et je n'ai pas réussi à trouver un arrangement satisfaisant sans décaler mon voyage de manière importante. Alors j'ai oublié la nuit en Aran et je me suis contenté d'un tour, qui au moins m'a permis de tout voir en peu de temps.
Bon, vous vous souvenez de la fenêtre ouverte à Dingle? Après ça il y ...
... of hundreds more €€€€ so when I made the reservation, I was no fool -- I used Dayna's name! I would copilot, heckle, and wiggle my fingers occasionally to restore blood flow.
Our first few kilometers were through morning rush hour city traffic. Enough distance to give Dayna time to skin the chrome off the left wheels trying to find the comfort of driving in the left lane. But with no wrecks, we made ...
... Bay. They are adamantly opposed and working to get it stopped. They are extremely concerned about the impact on the environment and salmon farming in general.
After breakfast we headed out to find the post office, which was a bit of a challenge, but find it we did! Mailed our post cards and then headed on up the hill to the ruins of O'Brien's Castle and the Napoleonic Tower that stand on the hillside above the village. After getting to ...
... of 3 islands off the coast of Galway. Inisheer, and Inishmann are the other two and are about half the size of Inishmore. The island was only 18km long and about 6km wide and our tour guide said the population is about 800 people, so everybody knows everybody on the island. The land and its people are also very protected, meaning you cannot build a house on the island unless you were born there. Also, everyone on the island speaks ...
... with a crumbling cathedral, a smaller chapel, a tower, Celtic crosses dating from the beginning of time (or close enough) and over 600 graves. It's pretty incredible. I wandered around for about an hour while the others waited for me (they'd seen it all before), then we went home again for another cuppa (so much tea). After lunch Kevin and I were back on the road heading for Kinnitty Castle. This time I was in charge of the SatNav, but Kevin ignored its instructions. We ...