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 ...
... to move on to ice cream to drown my disappointment. ferry ride back was another crazy ordeal, people everywhere. then they tell us the tide is out in Doolin where we need to dock, so we need to hang out for a while. don't they know this in the morning when they sell you the tickets? but on the way back, this cute dolphin followed us for quite awhile and hung out entertaining us. UPon docking, we returned to the town of Doolin for ...
... 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 ...
... so I was like fine I TRIED to save you! Good luck buddy! (well actually there was a lot more swear words in it but I PG’d it for you) Then he was all sweet to me like I know Lindsey I know, idiot! She was hanging all over him trying to hold his hand (which if you know Dave he is NOT the touchy feely boyfriend type hes the one to have a good time with you leave in the morning and never call you again type! With a big heart.. haha love that man. But ...
... many places to eat and shop, there were street performers. We saw a man all painted in silver and sitting like he was a statue. There was a man doing a sand sculpture of a dog lying down. There were musicians and singers, one memorable one was a little boy about 10 who could really sing,. We walked to Eyre Square and saw the flags of the 14 families that founded Galway. There was also a sculpture there. It was ...