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... but how the years have changed us all, and that I wish I could have been here before t osee him and everyone else, yet how very thankful I am to have this opportunity to be here now, and to try to make up, if you will, for lost time. I asked him if I could hold his hand, and gave them all hugs on farewell – just like the Maloneys I know, theyre not used to hugs – I’ll be sure to change that while I’m here! Hugs all around. I can’t wait to see ...
As promised we woke up for breaky and then went back to bed. I slept and Ryan surfed trip advisor booking some of our accommodations in Scotland. At about noon we venture out as our B&B owner mentioned there was a shopping district. I found the wool blanket that I was lusting after since Kilkenny and shipped it to mom's. At dinner the previous night we met some Americans who mentioned they went on a walking tour they thoroughly enjoyed. Since I completed my shopping so efficiently and ...
We drove for a bit and headed to our first stop, the tomb of sorrow. It is incredibly foggy today. The bus is moving slower around the tiny bends in the road. When we arrive at the tomb we all climb out and wander over. It is pretty much stones stacked up as if they were playing cards. Very neat to see these monuments. Apparently light will wash through the tomb during certain days of the year. Back to the bus.
Our second location is a Fairy Fort. ...
... graveyard we stopped at along the way.
Having only driven for about forty minutes the day before, I was still getting used to driving on the left side of the road but over the course of the five hours it became sort of second nature. Although there was a few moments of wondering what might happen, such as when the GPS takes us down a two-way road that was barely the width of one car and had walls about five feet high. Thankfully, we didn't run into any cars in ...
... and then got out to look around. It was quite the experience- the water was rough, and we got plenty wet. Cool experience though- took about twenty minutes. The rest of the drive was quite nice, if un eventful. We arrived at our hotel in Galway, the Clayton. We got lost over and over in Galway- neither a GPS nor the map seemed to be helpful! The room was quite nice- there were two beds (a double and a single) and it had floor to ceiling glass for the ...