Mallmore Country House
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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 ...
... on our way back to the port one of the tourist buses stops and ask us if we would like to join the tour, and it's the same price as the bikes €10. It's hard to refuse when it's icy cold so on we jump and off we go. Stop and have a look at the seal colony, they are a distance away but you can see the sea lions basking in the bits of sun that appear every now and again through the clouds. The island is amazing and all the fences are made ...
... And with that sunny weather, it was really enjoyable. It was March in Ireland and I just wore a pullover…unbelievable!! When the weather is not good, Connemara looks sad area, but when the weather is sunny, it is an explosion of colors and it is gorgeous. It is one of the most beautiful area I have never visited.
The funny story with this escapade was that we just realized before arriving at the half of the loop that 16 km was ...
... And startled! So i closed the door ran down the stairs! AGHH what am i going to do i need to use the bathroom! So i go out of the hostel unlock the kitchen unlock the door at the back and use the bathroom up the stairs there! lock the door put out the breakfast and go back to daves room where I find paper and a pen and write THIS IS NOT YOUR ROOM AND I AM NOT HAPPY, LINDSEY. i go back up to room 11 open the door and put it in his ...
... island resulting from our decision to opt out of purchasing the two euro island map (extreme cost cutting at its finest). Our afternoon stroll around the island was filled with some Sunday sing-a-long's, rocky shorelines, a few hairy locals, and finally some kicking back on the sandy beach before hopping onto the return ferry to the mainland.
Improving our sense of direction,
Leann and ...