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... was easier as we walked into the wind, the way back was more challenging as it was pushing us from behind and must more difficult to steady ourselves. One section continuely had ocean water (from 700ft below) spraying up and over the cliffs, a section we had to run through, and running into this wind is really just walking, as it was the most resistance I had ever felt. At one point next to the castle I stood still for 5 ...
... new and Sean and I eagerly jumped on the ferry hoping there would be room later on for the two of us. This ferry was even smaller then the one from Gallway, but other than the crewmen the ferry was all to ourselves! We had a private ferry ride to Inish Oirr. It was a short ride to the island, passing the other island, the middle sized island. As we were the only people getting off the ferry we were targeted by a guy who told us we weren't going to be able to see the ...
starting to feel like I was at my home away from home. But I already
felt like that the very first time I arrived in Galway. I felt so
comfortable and love the city and all it's charming occupants. I
even like the weather, even when it's so cold my ears and hands ache
when uncovered. The weather just makes me walk faster in search of
heat. It's good exercise!
On my last day I made went to Inish
Mor. As most of ...
... t think so. It's not that they don't have names but I guess it's a ploy to make sure the tourist are interacting with the locals. But it's not so bad getting lost in place like Galway which is beautiful especially when its bright and sunny like it has been for the last couple of days.
I went out for the first time last night not expecting to. I'm not jet-lagged but just still tried and stress makes me sleepy, so I was just going to ...
For lunch I stoped at, Oh La La French Creperie. This chill and funky cafe reminded me of France. There was nothing Irish about it, espically not with the Lauryn Hill music playing in the background. The prices were cheap, well cheaper than most. I ordered a goats cheese and honey crepe, never thought the combining of the two would be so mouth-watering. This is a new experiment I'll have to master when I'm back at home.