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Our first morning of our B and B tour through Ireland we woke up to a delicious breakfast in a big dining room overlooking the owner's farm property and the Blue Mountains. driving from donagal and through the sligo, mayo and into the galaway peninsulas. I ventured into trying the traditional Irish breakfast - turns out it really isn't much different than the traditional Scottish breakfast except for the addition of black pudding (yum ...
... with Zita. The next morning Zita was kind enough to take me to the train station, where I caught the bus out to camp!
Barretstown was so lovely. I hadn't realized how much I missed the camp setting until I was back. It is so positive, so friendly and so fun. I met a bunch of amazing staff and volunteers, and got to work with a beautiful family. I definitely would like to go back in the future (maybe this fall?) or maybe even work there for a season or two...who knows?
... takes me for cheese fries next door, mmmm, and we talk about his upcoming fatherhood and life and we had a lovely talk as we walked in the light misty Galway air back to his house, where had a tea and biscuits, SO MUCH TEA, and it was fantastic, like the brother I never had. J
Ahem cough cough we went to bed at 4am… cough cough
We had a nice irish breakfast! Yummm! And we took a drive around Lough Corrib, and saw the hill of ...
... girl did Irish dancing. It was awesome to watch. On one of the songs, she made the beat, and then the guys played according to her.
The further we walked, we came to the town square. It was called Erye Square. Right beside the square, was a little cafe. They had the best hot chocolate I have had over here so far. We got some and headed to the square to relax for a few hours. There was a guy in the park playing a violin, and we listened to him while we relaxed.
... playing a variety of instruments: accordian, concertina, Uilleann pipes (Irish bagpipes), guitar, Irish Whistles, flutes, electric Mandolin, electric bass, fiddle, percussion and keyboard. We were especially impressed with the Irish dancers( four girls and four boys, all of whom have won national and international championships. It was a very stimulating concert.
Contributed by Brenda