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... Caitlin, and Stuart went fishing. Thank God I can get my white chocolate. We got back from shopping, unpacked the groceries and spent the afternoon watching the golf while grazing on cheese platers and having a few drinks. Forgot to mention they got no fish and Caitlin came home soaking wet. She was trying to catch fish with her net and fell in the river. Stuart tells me they didn't actually fish as the tide was wrong. After dinner, we strolled into town which is about 20 ...
The ferry ride back and bus ride back feel short, but we all can't wait to take a nap when we get back.
Some of the group went on a pub crawl tonight, the rest of us are relaxing in the common areas having a few drinks and catching up on communicating to home.
Hope tomorrow is just as good as today.
I need Aloe super badly.... ouch!
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Left Doolin early and took a ferry across to Innishear Island, part of the Aran Islands. It was very cool that a dolphin came to play in the outwash of the ship. Grabbed a hostel and wandered out to the wreckage of a rusted out cargo ship that beached on the island in the 60's. I dubbed it the S.S. Tetanus. The lighthouse was private property so the hour long ...
I absolutely LOVED this when I heard it! Do you know what this means?? Well to me it means don't take life too seriously, things do not make sense sometimes and you just need to laugh them off. Think about it in a different way, make it work for you. Turn the bad into good.
Here are some photos of the island! Of my walk by myself a couple of days ago and Mine and Barbara's walk today!
... a peek over. There are many many stone fences on Aran Islands. Our guide told us that in the potato famine they wouldn't just hand out money, instead they would pay people to build the stone fences and many times they divide nothing and go nowhere. I imagine the work would have been extremely hard as some of the fences go up mountains!
Then we all had dinner in Galway!