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... possivel passarem dois carros. E começamos a rir incansavelmente com o desespero da nossa motorista quando viu um carro na direção contrária. Parecia que ela tinha visto um fantasma na escuridão daquela rodovia iluminada somente pela lua. Ela berrava"um carrooooo....um carro....e agora????". Choramos de rir. E como num belo filme de comedia romântica, tudo dá certo no final (okok....só não tinhamos os “mocinhos”…rs). Finalmente chegamos ao nosso aconchegante ...
During the day we discover the old part of the city, Spanish Arch, the
new Catholic Cathedral, new if you call 1960's new, the river and a 3km ocean promenade walk
along Galway Bay to Salt Hill, it's the beach area of Galway, a couple of semi
nice beaches but no beaches compare to ours in Australia. Andrew ensures
he tries the Atlantic ocean, then the long walk back and Dublin tomorrow.
... don't get frosts. Sheep are no longer farmed and the wool used for the Aran knitwear they are famous for is now sourced from Donegal. Only have diesel vehicles plus about 6 electric ones.
Have added yesterdays photos to this. Will send todays in another post aftr this as I think the problems I am having are because I am trying to load too many. ...
... Omey Beach, and hour and a half west of Galway and probably the last stop between mainland Ireland and New York. Here they held the first event in the Galway racing carnival. Beach Racing.
Cousins John and Ann drove us up through the "Bog" and then out through the stunning Connemara to Omey. As we crested the hill, here was a vast sand flat between the mainland and what becomes an Island at high tide. Along with close to a thousand other cars, we parked ...
... separated for dinner. I did not have an appetite for dinner, so I just bought a small meal from the local Tessco. We returned to the dorms to rest and chat before bed. I decided to brainstorm some ideas for my lesson in the box. (I know I want to incorporate my Cliffs of Moher experience). Each of us have our own bedrooms at Corrib Village--so nice! I'm looking forward to the next couple of days and learning about the city of ...