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... until about 10:30pm but luckily we didn't have to go through passport control so it didn't take too long to get out. We got a taxi home and it was pretty much a death cab! Pretty sure the drive was on drugs, he was chewing his face off and driving pretty erratically! But we made it home in one piece and went straight to bed! Thank god I don't have to work tomorrow unlike everyone else. But it is my birthday tomorrow so will need to be on form! Such a fun trip, my last official Europe ...
... who must be very sure footed to graze so near the steep mountains. We walked to the end of the constructed stone steps and looked down to the carpark to see how far we had come. Reddy Eddie was a tiny red car. It was time to walk back and drive onto Galway.
Highlights of the drive Galway:* light snow for most of the drive which interestingly sweeps over the windscreen * the flat topped mountain range inland from Sligo* The GPS unit taking us down ...
... plays the hang and who was at EJC!!
I love the sound of the hang, and it was nice to just sit and listen for a while. And talk. And come up with the idea to do a routine to his music!
Netherlands EJC look out!!!
I walked around a lot today to..to the uni, the church, the river, and just around.
It twas a good day!
... quarter, the main cathedral and the lynches castle. The next day in Galway we went to Aran Islands which was a 45min bus ride then a 40min Ferry ride. The islands were beautiful, there was a small main village on the island which was where the main Aran sweater retailers were. The island had a very rural feel, there were lots of green paddocks and stone fences (yes all there fences are stone!). We decided we would hire bikes as we wanted ...
... to find that Monday is a closed day for that kind of activity. But nearby, on Druid Lane, was an excavation site found in 1997, when the court house was being renovated. It is the Hall of the Red Earl, and was founded when the city was originally built in the 13th century. it was the medieval tax office and town hall.
As we wandered up the shopping street, there was a little gypsy type wagon, with a ...