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We stayed at the shore near the small town of Clifden for four days. The whole place, for miles around, is simple, relaxing, and pleasant. We found a pub we liked in Clifden called Guy's Bar, and ate there every day because why not. The other pubs were probably just as good, who knows maybe better, but we liked Guy's so much we couldn't ...
... reading. At the ferry terminal, we waited a bit for the ferry and then got on.
It was a 45 minute trip to the Aran islands and i wandered around, and talked with various people until we arrived. When the ferry docked, we walked along the wharf to the bike hire place and hired bikes – most of the group hired bikes, then we went to the supermarket just up the road. Here we picked up lunch and some snacks. A group ...
Ladies and Gentlemen
I have come before you
To stand behind you
To tell you something
About nothing that I know
A truck filled with bricks ran over a dead dog and killed it
I am sitting at the corner of a round table
This Irish man was drunk and couldnt remember the whole thing so Ill stalk him down the next couple of the nights in the pubs to get the ...
... old faded billboard that promised a beach or a bay if we turned left. Seconds later we wheeled around the corner with Helen grasping for the hand holds as we headed to an unknown beach. Love this kind of touring. Hahaaaa!
10 minutes later we pulled into what looked like a lazy sunny beachside holiday village. Parked the car and ripped off the shoes as we sauntered down to the white sandy beach in the sun. 'Naw canought be ...
... may have been a bold claim but I will admit the church--ruins would be a better description--was very small; it could fit maybe five people at maximum that would have to squeeze through an extremely small door. The hilltop where the church resided was now a home for cows and it was somewhat awkward to maneuver around them to see the chapel. From here we biked to a cliff overlook that was completely deserted of life. There were no tourists, no sheep, no cows and no life ...