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... the claddagh bracelet that I have been eyeing on my last two trips to Galway. We enjoyed the beautiful day on Galway harbor before meeting up with Sile and Tommy at Jury's Inn. Good Friday in Dublin is one of two days (the other is Christmas Day) of the year when all of the pubs are closed, except the pub at your hotel. More rules though, you must be a guest of the hotel and have to order food with your drink. It was nice to see Sile and Tommy before heading to Aran ...
But not more than half an hour he came sulking over like a sorry puppy with 5 Euro apologizing. While i am grateful and pleased he fixed this particular incident…I knew he was still going to rip off people who didn't see the Failte guide…which was behind the fridge.
So i still went to Failte.
Because tourists need every bloody euro they can get their hands on.
... of St Columbas church. There is also a plaque inside the church in remembrance of his great-grandfather who was rector there.
The interesting mountain Benbulbin stands majestically in the distance and it was interesting to see the different sides of this mountain as we travelled around it.
Next we passed through Sligo and then travelled on till we reached Castlebar. Must admit I got a little excited here as saw a Pie Shop with sign in window saying.....
... with Sinisa!
Yesterday was also Marcos birthday!!!! I got a text from Barbara in the morning saying is it Marcos birthday? I was like WHAT! So im yelling up the stairs MARCO IS IT YOUR BIRTHDAY!!! Suddenly vacuuming stops and its all quiet he pops his head around the corner “who aaaa whooo a tolddaaa you!” in his thick Italian accent! I was like it doesn’t matter is it your birthday toay then I get ...
... beach with, instead of fine sand, tiny bits of corral everywhere. When we finally got on the ferry it took us about 50min to get across, perfect amount for a nice little nap.
Once on the island we got on a van that tours around the island and the driver points out what's interesting about the history of the people who lived there. The fort that we came to see is called Dun Aonghasa (dun-ang-guss)? It was about a 10min ...