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Travel Blogs from Ballybofey
Twas in the merry month of May, from me home (Scotland) it started, left my crew at work nearly broken hearted.
Hugged me Katie dear, kissed me darlin' brother, wiped away the tears, my heart began to flutter.
Then off to see the coast, the place i love the most, livin off beans and toast sitting on my own, camping as i go, learning helps me grow, as you guys would know...on my rocky road to Dubalin...let's hope i survive.
Pack my ...
... talking and he was from Dooblin. That's where he said he was from anyway. I think he meant Dublin but yeah.
But I won't be mean about the accent...it's pretty. Irish accents are. Some of them.
He was genuinely so so nice, and easy to talk to. And so quick at getting up on a board!
I got jealous ha.
And I would have said he was quite cute too, but ...
... in to town to get mine in the hope that I would be in before they got out
It was very similar to my board at home. Also got a very think wetsuit, which is good in the water but impossible to get on. And a pair of booties.
I must have looked like a right dag carrying a board on my head from the center of town to Tullen Strand.
But where I was camped was worth it.
Not a blog entry as per say, just going to mention that you meet some characters in hostels and even the owners of the hostels are great!
Taking the **** out of the customers and not insulting them is wonderful! Especially when you speak Irish not English!
And sorry for taking so long to upload blogs…I have a word document that is currently sitting on over 5,000 words of entries that I haven’t uploaded because the internet is slow. And ...
... fresh seafood. Saw signage for the oldest law firm in Ireland -- Argue and Phibbs (I kid you not) -- across from the Sligo County courthouse, which looks like a castle. From Sligo we made our way to Ballybofey, stopping at Drumcliffe Cemetery where Yeats is buried in view of the mountain of Ben Bulben, which figured in some of his poems. The Anglican Church at Drumcliffe is small and so pretty -- they were bringing in fall harvest items ...